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THE DESERT YEARBOOK 

Volume 89 
Copyright 2005 
desertyearbook.arizona.edu 
UA enrollment: 36,932 






Arizona Student Media 
University of Arizona 
615 N Park Ave. Ste. 101 
Tucson, Arizona 85721 




Engineering freshmen Joey DeLaRosa and 
Alfonso Gomez fine-tune their rubber band 
catapult for an Intro to Engineering class in 
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^DITOR IN CHIEF 
xvin B. Klaus 

DESIGN CHIEF 
fennifer Little 

CAMPUS EDITOR 
Lauren Miller 

»HOTO EDITOR 
Jacob Konst 

>PORTS EDITOR 
3rett Fera 

:OPY CHIEF 
Stefaiiie Thompson 

PERSONALITIES EDITOR 
uarrie Bui 








REPORTERS 
)aniclle Bittncr 
dtaira Citron 
Glisten Conners 
jisele Gerry 
^ Victoria Harben 
. j.aiza Iniguez 
' Plizabeth Tanori 

iclissa Taylor 
' len Whitcomb 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 
Zane Taylor Anderson 
Evan Caravelli 
Renee Warthman 

ILLUSTRATIONS 
Amie Bennudez 
Mike Padilla 
Holly Randall 
Mike Tiemey 



General Information 

This was the 89th \olume of the Desert Yearbook, and 
the second since 1997. The pages were submitted to 
Taylor Publishing of Dalas, Texas via an FTP link. 

Typography 

Body copy is Times New Roman PS MT with bylines 
italicized. Photo captions are Arial and bolded. Photo 
credits arc Arial and italicized. Headlines are Arial 
Black with a 3 pt. border. Text appearing on 
colored pages is in white, and text on white pages is 
black. Section opening pages use New Aster LT Std. 
with a bevel and embossed to a depth of 260. The tequ- 
nique was smooth and had an inner bevel. 

Color 

& The colors of the pages asre the official colors of the uni- 
'* ■ versity and are pulled from www.arizona.edu/styleguide/ 

colors.html. Although the CMYK breakdown of the red 
I is listed at C:0 M: 100 Y:62 K: 15. the color appeared 
i pink, and therefore the RGB breakdown was used. 

^ Photography 

Senior portraits appearing in the Senior Portraits section 
of the book were taken at no cost to students by Lauren 
Studios. Vintage photographs appearing in the Alumni 
j^ Champions spread were used with pemiission from 
™ Arizona Athlitics. Group shots in the Greek section are a 
combination of staff generated photographs and images 
provided by Freeze Frame Fotography, Greek Life, and 
"• individual chapters. The Year in Review section of the 

book uses Associated Press photos with paid permission. 
1 All other photographs in the book were taken by the 
Desert Yearbook's all-student staff. 

Printing/Cover 

The book is printed on 100-pound enamel. The cover 
was designed by editor in chief Kevin B. Klaus. 

All content was prepared and edited by students. An 
open-door policy between the Arizona Daily Wildcat 
and the Desert Yearbook through Arizona Student Media 
allowed for complete sharing of photographs, copy and 
reporting between the two publications. All pages were 
produced on PC computers using Microsoft Word X for 
Windows, Adobe Photoshop 7.0, InDesign 2.0, Illustra- 
tor 10.0. and YBPro!. 



he Desert Yearbook is a unit of Arizona Student Media. 61 5'n. Park Ave. Mute lui. lucson, 
iZ. Although some yearbook operations were conducted from that office, the Desert Year- 
^«j533iiil ook's flagship otTices were located in the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership in 
J*, i^bani ic Student Union Memorial Center. Visit us online at http://desertyearbook.arizona.edu. Call 
?^^,f«Mciass' s at .S20-626-035 1 . 

"he Desert had a press mn of 443 and was sold throughout the year for S85. The book was 
1 inded by Arizona Student Media and Taylor Publishing. The sales representative from Taylor 
^ 'as Dale Thompson. The Desert's ad\ isor w as Mark Woodhams. director of student media. 



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Clubs and Orgj 

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father's condo in 
Indialantic, Fla., 
Tuesday, Sept. 7, 
2004. 
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ricane seasons hit in 2004. Beginning in June 
and lasting until November, the flurry of storms 
caused an estimated $42 billion in damage and 
killed more than 3,000 people, most in Haiti. 
Thousands of evacuations of the American 
southern states occurred, especially for the larg- 
est storm. Hurricane Ivan. 

THERESHEIS. 

Right: Miss Alabama Dcidre Downs reacts as 

confetti falls around her after she won the 2005 ' 

Miss America Competition in Atlantic City, N.J., 

Saturday, Sept. 1 8, 2004. 

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ELECTION HITS CLOSE TO HOME 



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Above: President George W. Bush speaks to a crowd 
of almost 30,000 fans as his wife and daughters look 
on during his post-debate rally at Bank One Ballpark 

in Phoenix, Arizona. 
PHOTO BY EVAN CARAVELLI 

The winter flu season is expected witii winter 
weather, but an unexpected twist added some panic. 
In October 2004, the first news of a flu shot short- 
age arose when a British supplier of the shots an- 
nounced that a large batch was contaminated. By 
the end of that month, many people entered a panic 
and the shots were limited to those most at risk for 
the flu. However, a mild flu season and new supplier 
made for a frivolous frenzy, and the shots were in 
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FOUR MORE YEARS - THE BUSHlEELECTION 



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RED SOX WIN WORLD SERIES 

There was something magical about the Boston 
Red Sox in 2004. It could have been the infamous 
"curse" that fell on the Sox after trading Babe 
Ruth to the Yankees leaving Boston without a 
World Series title for 86 years. Or perhaps it was 
the Cinderella story of a team that came back 
from a 3 - deficit against the Yankees in the 
AL Playoffs to win the series, becoming the first 
baseball team in history to accomplish the feat. 
Maybe it was stamina of pitcher Curt Shilling 
pitching a win in game six with a bloody ankle, 
creating a literal red sock. But when the Red Sox 
swept the St. Louis Cardinals to win the World 
Series on Oct. 27, the "curse reversed", Red Sox 
fans across the country knew something extraor- 
dinary had happened that year. 




November, 



This time there were no "hanging chads" or 
Florida jokes. After a grueling, mudslinging 
election season, incumbent President George 
W. Bush won re-election against Sen. John 
Kerry, D-Mass. While votes were cast on 
Nov. 2, 2004, the election was so close that 
no one dared to call it. After Ohio went red, 
KeiTy conceded on Nov. 3. The biggest issues 
in the election, according to exit polls, were 
social issues and national security. With his 
eye on social security and the Iraq war, Pn 
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by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake that occurred 
deep in the Indian Ocean, and was considered 
one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded. 
Between 200,000 to 3 10,000 people were 
estimated killed, both natives and tourists vis- 
iting for the winter holidays as the water hit 
without warning. In the months that followed, 
aid poured in from around the world as or- 
ganizations such as the Red Cross and U.S. 
troops helped to pick up the pieces. While 
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the stricken area, the effects of the tsunami 
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trial for alleged child molestation 
charges with TV cameras and report- 
ers covering every moment. Celebrity 
witnesses from Jay Leno to Macau- 
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Above; Michael Jackson talks to one of his lawyers past an unidenti- 
fied body guard, right, as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Superior 
Court after the first day of his child molestation trial Monday, Feb. 
28, 2005, in Santa Maria, Calif. The prosecution and defense teams 
presented their opening statements to the judge and jury on the first 
day of the trial. 
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Right: San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds 
gestures after a question during a news con- 
ference at Scottsdale Stadium in Scottsdale, 
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THE TERRI SCHAIVO CO NTROVE RSY 

It had been more than 15 years since 
Terri Schiavo suffered severe brain 
damage that left her barely alive and 
depending on a feeding tube, but in 
early March 2005 she entered the spot- ^ 
light. Her husband, Michael Schiavo, 
and Tern's parents entered a bitter 
dispute over whether to remove the 
feeding tube, a fight that became one 
of the biggest media frenzies of the 
year. Words such as "persistent vegeta- 
tive state" and "living will" entered the 
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Suzanne Vitadamo await the start 
of a news conference Sunday morn 
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owed, as all major networks broadcast his fu- 
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by Kristen Connors 
SUA encouraged students to 
set aside political differences 
and created a theme of unity 
and support in the 2004 elec- 
tion through their "civic engagement" 
campaign, said Alistair Chapman, 
president of the Associated Students of 
the University of Arizona. 

The outpouring of student support 
could be seen all over campus in the 
weeks leading up to the presidential 
election. ASUA's program consisted 
of three parts; voter registration, edu- 
cation and voting. 

Under the registration aspect, 
ASUA enticed students to register 
through events like the Rock the Vote 
concert. Nappy Roots and local punk 
band, Troy's Bucket, rocked the stage 
at the Oct. 1 performance. 

Business junior Ashley Post said 
the concert was a great incentive for 
students. "Music is a good way to re- 
ward students who give their input by 
taking time to vote," Post said. 

Concert tickets were free in ex- 
change for proof of voter registration 
and cat card. Students who wanted 




to attend the concert could easily 
register at the ASUA office or before 
the concert at Bear Down Gym. The 
concert was the last attempt to register 
students with the national deadline just 
three days away. 

ASUA also provided a free non- 
partisan speaker series to educate 
students on election issues. The series 
launched on the evening of Sep. 2 
with an appearance by the Libertar- 
ian Presidential Candidate Michael 
Badnarik. Other speakers included; 
Governor Janet Napolitano, author of 
"Michael Moore is a Big, Fat, Stupid, 
White Man" David Hardy, filmmaker 
Michael Moore, Arizona congress- 
man Jim Kolbe and a senatorial debate 
between candidates John McCain and 
Stuart Starky. The response for the 
speakers was generally very strong, 
Chapman said. 

The largest student response was 
at Michael Moore's speech. Students 
from all over the political spectrum 
poured into the sold-out McKale Cen- 
ter on Oct. 1 1 to welcome the director 
of the controversial film "Fahrenheit 
9/11". Moore attracted a crowd of 
14,500 people, the 
largest turnout on his 
tour to-date he said. 

The final and most 
challenging aspect 
of the "civic engage- 
ment" program was 
actually getting 
students to the polls. 
Chapman said. This 



was the first year an early polling site 
was setup on campus and became the 
busiest early polling location in all 
of Pima County. Nearly 2,100 voters 
came to the ASUA office to cast their 
vote from Oct. 25 to Oct. 29. Long 
lines of anxious students waited out- 
side the ASUA office at 5 PM on Oct. 
29, the closing of the early voting site. 
Over 750 students voted that Friday 
alone. 

Freshman and first-time voter 
Chloe Baker said she registered 
and voted right on campus thanks 
to ASUA. "Like all the signs said 
around campus, it's so easy there's no 
reason not to!" 

The efforts of ASUA, the Young 
Democrats, and the College of Repub- 
licans were central to the high Pima 
County youth turnout, said Chapman. 

"It was incredible to witness the 
apathy on campus nearly disappear," 
Chapman said. "Students played an 
active role in this election, and I am 
proud that ASUA was able to provide 
a medium through which this could be 
achieved." 

ASUA gave students an opportu- 
nity to form knowledgeable political 
opinions through their campaign. 
They wanted to make sure that stu- 
dents not only voted, but also knew 
why and what they were voting for. 
The efforts of organizations like 
ASUA are the reason why nearly 2 1 
million people between the ages of 18 
and 30 voted nationally in this elec- 
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greet the audience before the final presiden- 
tial debate in Tempe, Ariz., on Wednesday, 
October 13, 2004. 

Below: Students line up to register to vote 
outside of the ASUA office in the Student 
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by Lauren Miller 

t was called the election of a lifetime, 
and University of Arizona students 
made sure that they were part of his- 
tory. 

In one of the most heated presidential 
elections, incumbent president and Repub- 
lican candidate George W. Bush squared off 
against Massachusetts senator and Democrat 
John Kerry in a battle that even speculators 
could not call until all the votes were cast. 

The 2004 presidential debates became 
the hot topic in the media and on campus in 
the fall as debate raged over the candidates 
and the parties behind them. 

As election night drew to a close, eyes 
turned to the swing states, such as Florida, 
Oregon, even Arizona. However, Ohio was 
in the spotlight, as its 20 electoral votes 
became the deciding push for whoever 
would complete the road to the white house. 
Concerns over the recount fiasco of the 2000 
Bush versus Gore election raced around the 
internet and the media. The morning follow- 
ing the election dawned with uncertainty. 
Bush had the lead in the popular vote, but 
both candidates were waiting for tie-break- 
ing Ohio to add in its electoral votes. The 
nation held its breath while the votes were 
tallied. 

Bush finally walked away with the vic- 
tory and 286 electoral votes. Kerry conceded 
on Nov. 4, thanking voters and family and 
congratulating Bush. 

"In the days ahead, we must find com- 



mon cause, Kerry said m his morning con- 
cession speech. "We must join in common 
effort, without remorse or recrimination, 
without anger or rancor. America is in need 
of unity and longing for a larger measure of 
compassion." 

The final popular vote stood at 
59,459,765 for Bush and 55,949,407 for 
Kerry. It was the highest election turn out in 
36 years. 

However, what made this election 
memorable was not so much the outcome 
than the political division that told hold of 
the country. Social issues, the War on Iraq 
and deep emotions about the Bush presiden- 
cy sent the country into a flurry of contro- 
versy and commentary. Lines were drawn in 
the sand, in communities, in schools, even 
across dinner tables. 

Even at the UA, where red and blue w — 
bound by tradition, students were choosin 
sides and the Arizona heat was nothing com- 
pared to the sizzle of partisan politics 

Yet most visible on campus was the pi 
to get students to vote, regardless of politi 
affiliation. Voter registration drives spon- ■ 
sored by ASUA popped up as early as mc 
in day in August and the booths of other g 
out the vote groups peppered campus until 
the sun set on election day in November. 

Groups such as Rock the Vote, 
Moveon.org and Declare Yourself targeted 
college students, a lucrative age group noto- 
rious for voter apathy. Some combined cre- 
ative campaigning to get their point across. 



such as the internet group Voteorgasm, 
where people pledged to sleep with another 
voter following Election Day and refrain 
from those who refrained from voting. Oth- 
ers boasted celebrities who could not resist 
throwing their hats in the ring. Entertainer R 
Diddy's "Vote or Die" campaign became a 
favorite punch line, Bruce Springsteen, Dave 
Matthews, Alicia Keys, even rapper Eminem 
called out to vote on Nov. 2 

In the end, it was proven that college 
voters responded, as an estimated 5 1 % of 
1 8 to 24 year-olds cast their ballots, over the 
42% that turned out for the 2000 presidential 
election. It was not the revolutionary turnout 
that both sides had hoped for but for UA stu- 
dents, red and blue took on a new meaning. 



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fired up - Ann Coulter and Michael Moore visit campus 




by Jen Whitcomb 

Peter Seat, theatre arts senior and 
member of the UA College Republi- 
cans, proclaimed, "Not the liberals, 
not ASUA, not the weather can keep 
the truth from coming to UA!" on 
Oct. 21, 2004, to a conservative- 
packed Centennial Hall. 

The truth came in the form of 



radical conservative speaker Ann 
Coulter, the College Republican's 
much-anticipated response to Mi- 
chael Moore's appearance several 
weeks earlier. 

"I think it was great that we 
could get Ann Coulter; a high 
profile name like that to speak to the 
students and to the population of the 
city," Nick Sexton, a pre-business 
freshman, said. 

However, Coulter's arrival at 
the UA, as Seat noted, did not come 
without some adversity. He especial- 
ly criticized the Associated Students 
of the University of Arizona, who 
had promised to fiind the venue of 
the speech, but later retracted. The 
rainy conditions of the evening cer- 
tainly didn't help, either. Coulter's 
plane out of Phoenix was delayed as 
a result, causing her to take the stage 
two hours after her scheduled time. 
In a not-so-subtle jab against Demo- 
cratic presidential candidate John 
Kerry, College Republican Manny 
Espinosa joked to the audience, "I 
was for this event starting on time 



before I was against it." 

The crowd, however, was no 
smaller and no less pumped when 
the popular conservative icon 
finally made it to the podium. While 
most patrons were avid support- 
ers of Coulter, like math junior 
Tyler Harris who said he had "been 
a fan of Ann's for a long time," 
many showed up from both ends 
of the political spectrum looking to 
expose themselves to the opposition. 
Heather Torbitt, a media arts junior, 
said, "I saw Michael Moore before, 
and I'm here to hear both sides." 

Coulter's difficulties in Arizona 
didn't end with the rain. She also 
narrowly missed receiving a literal 
pie in the face from one of two men 
who rushed the stage in protest dur- 
ing her question-and-answer session. 
The offenders were removed in 
handcuffs. 

More peacefiil protesting took 
place outside the theatre before the 
doors opened. A group of unaffili- 
ated liberal students made their point 
with signs reading such things as 



"Only Whites Deserve Rights" and 
"Liberals = Satan." 

"What we wanted to show was 
the Republican right — how extreme 
they can be," explained law student 
Sara Ransom. Ransom created the 
most stir with her neon yellow sign 
reading "Iraqi Babies Are Good 
Eatin'." 

While Coulter's controversial 
views, particularly her support of 
racial profiling against Muslims in 
the hunt for terrorism, fiieled the 
protesters outside, she received 
plenty of enthusiasm inside for her 
razor-sharp political wit. Her un- 
abashed bashing of what she called 
"the civic religion of liberalism" 
drew the most appreciation from fel- 
low Republicans — especially a few 
choice scathing remarks against sue 
noted Democrats as Hillary Clinton, 
Ted Kennedy and (of course) John 
Kerry. 

"I would say those are fighting 
words, being called a liberal," she 
said. "Or at least I'm trying to make 
it that way." 




by Victoria Harben 

Politics heated up this year as the 
election between George W. Bush 
and John Kerry took the spotlight in 
America. At 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 1 1 , 
2004, one of the major fiiels to this 
political fire strutted into McKale 
Center clad in a red baseball cap, 
black sweatshirt and jeans. 

Michael Moore, the controversial 
American filmmaker, appeared to a 
sold-out crowd of more than 14,500 
to promote Kerry for the 2004 
election. The Arizona logo shined 
brightly on the arena's floor as the 
energized crowd, primarily filled 
with Kerry supporters, started the 
wave and erupted with chants entic- 
ing Moore to come out and speak. 

Fernando Ascencio, director of 
the Speakers Board of the Associat- 
ed Students of the University of Ari- 
zona, introduced Moore and ASUA's 
three main goals of voter registra- 
tion, education, and getting people 
out to vote. After an overwhelm- 
ing burst of applause, Ascencio let 
Moore take the stage. He kicked off 
his 22"'' stop of "The Slacker Upris- 
ing Tour" by graciously thanking the 
audience and firing up the crowd by 

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reminding them there were "only 
three more weeks" until the election. 

Parts of Moore's speech focused 
on the war in Iraq and ousting 
George W. Bush from the White 
House. He read a letter by Spc. 
Nicholas Frye, a soldier from Chan- 
dler, Ariz., which sought to reason 
why Frye was a liberal. The number 
one requested book by soldiers 
in Iraq is "anything by Michael 
Moore." He yelled "bum baby, 
bum" in order to encourage the 
audience to copy his documentary 
because he wants "every American 
to see it. Some say this film is the 
'atom bomb' of the election," Moore 
said. Renowned musician Linda 
Ronstadt, a resident of Tucson, 
made a surprise guest appearance at 
Moore's speech 

Despite the overwhelming 
tumout of fans, many of the campus 
Republicans, donors, alumni, and 
members of the community found it 
hard to accept Moore's appearance 
at the UA. A group of Bush sup- 
porters incessantly harassed Moore 
from the upper level as they chanted 
"four more years" and "Nader" 



until they were escorted out of the 
arena around 8 p.m. Moore claimed 
to be aware of the controversy his 
appearance stirred on campus, and 
reasoned that "they tried to find a 
Republican who could bring out 
15,000 people, but they just couldn't 
find one." 

Moore's appearance evoked 
a buzz of controversy on campus 
weeks before he even arrived. 
Nichole Hellman, a music education 
and vocal performance freshman, 
believed Moore "caused controversy 
because of his famous status and 
radical views against conservatives." 

Moore's vehement campaign 
against the Bush administration 
started with his book "Stupid White 
Men," in which he began his tirade 
against the fallacies of the U.S. 
government, according to his liberal 
perspective. This iconoclastic com- 
mentator then moved to the big 
screen in 2003 when he released the 
fiery "Fahrenheit 9/1 1 ." Moore's 
ironic and condescending sense of 
righteousness is conveyed in both 
works and is the root of why he has 
followers and why he has accumu- 



lated numerous nemeses. 

Despite the debate surrounding 
Moore's appearance, his speech firq 
up the local liberals and promoted 
John Kerry. In the process of creat-j 
ing an even wider division berweenl 
conservatives and liberals, Moore 
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Letters from the presidents 

Young Democrats 

Alicia Cyhulsk, polilical science senior 

Exhilaration, entiiusiasm, disgust, shock, surprise and depression; these 
arc some of the emotions I felt during the 2004 presidential election. It 
was my first national campaign experience. 
As president of the Young Democrats of the 
University of Arizona, I was fortunate to 
work with a tremendous group of people. ' 

There was a lot of focus, determination, ere- ^ 

ativity, hope and optimism. This culminated 
in what is a first in Arizona state politics, if 
not nationwide: a youth-targeted campaign 
literature piece designed for college students sp! 

by college students. We mailed it out to more 
than 1 7,000 young people. 

Another high point of the campaign was 
when Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C, visited 
Tucson. We worked closely with the advance 
team, the people who pretty much plan the 
event and get people to work it and attend. Held 
at the Tucson Convention Center, more than 
10,000 Tucsonans showed up to cheer him on. 
We gave him the largest audience he had since 
joining the ticket. 

The last weekend and the days leading to 
the Nov. 2 election were unforgettable in many 
ways. On Friday night during a visibility event, 
one of our campaign .staff was involved in a 
hit-and -run accident. Fortunately, she's doing 
much better, but it makes one think. Then during 
the weekend, there was so much grassroots work 
to be done -just talking to voters one at 
a time and making sure they get to the ^ 

polls. We walked and phone banked and | 

walked some more. The ground eftbrt ' V - 

here was simply amazing and the recep- <^ 



tion was fabulous. The last 48 hours ^ 

we worked around the clock. The only 
break was for "The Daily Show" and a _ 
power nap. >*'*'• 

Reflecting on the campaign, there's , \ 

so much to be positive about. .lohn 
Kerry and Edwards ran a positive, 
optimistic campaign that led to a higher 
discourse. We were proud of our candi- 
date and while saddened at his loss, we 
viewed his concession as the work of 
a great patriot. Our campaign was damn good. We got a turnout in Pima 
County of more than 80 percent. Youth voting down here was one of the 
highest in the country. Pima County was blue. 

Someone wrote, "he's tired of losing but he'll never tire of fighting" 
and that's how it is. There's still so much to be done and we will shape the 
future. 



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Danielle Roherts/polilical science junior 

On Nov. 2, 2004, the American people went to the polls and re-elected 
President George W. Bush, a decisive victory for the president and the Repub- 
lican Party. President Bush has worked tirelessly to ensure the freedom and 

security of every American, and his strong and steady 
leadership has resulted in a strong economy and 
prosperity for the American people. 

The War on Terror was a hot issue in Cam- 
paign 2004, and the President's record spoke for 
it.self, taking the fight to the terrorists. President 
j^ Bush led a coalition of allied countries, united in 
8 the fight to topple the Taliban in Afghanistan, re- 
"i move the sadistic and dangerous Saddam Hussein 
^ from power and hunt down members of the al-Qa- 
'«^g;' ■" I "da terrorist network including Osama bin Laden. 
g The result of these endeavors was overwhelming, 
"I as the coalition had liberated 50 million people, 
B freeing them from oppression while planting the 
I seed of freedom and prosperity. 
' Afghanistan just had elections in which 
women were allowed to vote for the first time, newly 
electing a president, and beginning to enjoy the fruits 
55 of democracy. The president also led the fight to hunt 

;?gi?,r^i down members of al-Qaida, and has been successful 

in removing two thirds of their leadership, weakening 
their network and foiling their plans to mercilessly 
^ kill innocent civilians. Saddam Hussein has also been 
8 removed from power, freeing the Iraqi people from 
■| the terror and fear that Saddam incited, and ensuring 
" :2^ Saddam will no longer be a threat to freedom-loving 
l| people everywhere. 
^ President Bush has also been a leader at home, 
t with policies that promoted economic growth and 
i§ invested in our future by educating America's youth. 
I The tax cuts the president proposed put money hard 

/I working Americans earned into their pockets by creat- 
I ing 1 .9 million jobs in the last 1 3 months, allowing 
S small businesses to expand, creating jobs and promot- 
■ ing the market to flourish. Under Bush's leader- 

^^ ship the American people have enjoyed an 
f. economic boom and have invested in the future 
of America. With the No Child Left Behind Act, 
EL schools are being held accountable for teaching 
' students, and ensuring their ability to compete 
.'■^^1 and pursue their dreams. 

Ijc The University of Arizona College Repub- 
iCjJ licans worked tirelessly in the months leading 
Pg to the election to ensure victory for President 
.(i.\y'*.^ Bush as well as other Republican candidates. 
|« We worked to promote and spread the message 
MS of the Republican Party on campus, with a table 
fP on the Mall Monday through Friday, recruit- 
' ll' ing 800 new members, registering 500 new 
^ Republican voters, passing out bumper stickers 
^ and showing our support for the president. We 
^ also held rallies, hosted syndicated columnist 
I and best selling author Ann Coulter, as well as 

««=»™^^ contributed almost 5,000 volunteer hours to the 

re-election of the president and other Republican candidates in Arizona. 

The University of Arizona College Republicans, a grassroots organization, 
made the phone calls, walked neighborhoods, held up signs and showed their 
overwhelming support for President Bush. We, along with 150,000 College 
Republicans nationwide, have achieved a great victory across the country, win- 
ning the youth vote in 23 states, and electing a president that will work toward 
our freedom, safety and prosperity. We look to the future, full of hope that 
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by Carrie Bui 
nee a student; forever an 
alumni," said 1980 and 1984 
UA graduate Philip May during 
his speech at the Alumni Plaza dedica- 
tion ceremony. 

The kickoff to Homecoming 2004 
made alumni and students gasp in awe 
as fireworks exploded in the sky at the 
culmination of five years of planning and 
more than six months of construction for 
the Alumni Plaza. The plaza was dedi- 
cated to the university from the Alumni 





Association. 

Located in front of the Administra- 
tion building, the $5 million Alumni 
Plaza features 2.5 acres of open space, 
new brick walkways, fountains, the 
expanded Joseph Krutch Cactus Garden 
and a bronze sculpture. The Alumni 
Plaza is supposed to provide an area for 
students to relax and congregate in while 
also learning and embracing pieces of 
UA's history, an idea from May's term 
on the Alumni Association's Board of 
Directors. 

"This university really has rich tradi- 
tions and heritage, and the point of the 
plaza is to allow students to experience 
that. So if they choose, they can make 
themselves part of a lifelong commu- 
nity," May said. 

The Alumni Plaza made an effort to 
teach UA history through facts about 
the university engraved on some of the 
bricks of the new walkway, and by fea- 
turing the lyrics to the alma mater "All 
Hail, Arizona" on the Administration 
building's new steps. 

Inscribed at Alumni Gate is an 
excerpt from founder C.C. Stephens' 
speech at the 1887 groundbreaking of 
Old Main, in which he describes his 
vision of the UA including "its silvery 
fountains, its shaded walks, its academic 
groves ..." 

"Literally, we extracted from that 
moment when they broke ground for Old 
Main and worked those elements into the 
design to bring it full circle, 117 years," 



May said. 

Only a week after completion, stu- 
dents took to the new area as a place to 
relax, study and talk with friends. 

"I like the fountains. It's better than 
what was here," said regional develop- 
ment sophomore Holyce Caldwell. 

"It's very relaxing," added psychol- 
ogy sophomore Michael Beach. 

While most students use the Alumni 
Plaza as a place to spread out and study 
or have a chat with a friend, just as the 
alumni wished, a few expressed doubts 
about the ability of the plaza to help 
them learn about the traditions and his- 
tory of the university. 

"People don't read (the brick walk- 
ways). It doesn't work," Beach said. 

"People don't pay attention," said 
undeclared freshman Michael Klyce. 

The highlight of the plaza was the 
new bronze sculpture, titled "The Wild- 
cat Family," located next to the Cactus 
Garden. A 14-foot-tall depiction of two 
adult wildcats watching over two cubs 
represents the passing on of knowledge 
from one generation to the next. Sculpt- 
ed by Nicholas Wilson, the statue was 
dedicated to UA President Peter Likins 
and his family. 

Funded completely through alumni 
donations, the Alumni Plaza stirred 
up controversy because of the Joseph 
Krutch Cactus Garden. Many feared th 
construction of the plaza would involvi 
the removal of the Cactus Garden, whic| 
previously lay in the center of the UA 



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May explained ihat the Association never considered removing the Cactus Garden, 
only whether it should be moved back to its original place in front ot Old Main or 
expanded as part of the plaza. The association linally decided on the expansion to avoid 
harm to the fragile boojum trees. 

After all the controversy passed and the construction had been completed, the 
students began to embrace their gift from the Alumni Association. Whether students 
learn Spring Fling is one of the largest student-run carnivals or that the motto of the first 
graduating class was "In struggle, reward," we can remember the afternoons we studied 
in the grass on Heritage Hill, waited for a friend on the "All Hail, Arizona" steps and 
talked with friends to the sound of rushing water from the fountains. The gifts of the 
Alumni Association are not the benches or the hill or the fountains, but the memories 
created in these areas. 

"This entire place looks like a place people come together. 1 think it brings together 
generations," said creative writing sophomore Jamie Tan. 

"And if we can create that connection, if this place doesn't connect the north, south, 

east and west access of the university, if it"s more than just a pretty place, if it connects 

people to the university and makes them feel 
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building during the Alumni Plaza be there for the rest ot the.r life, then .t is a 
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Homecoming Court 

Matthew Collins 

Major: .Accounting 

Hometown: Lake Havasu City, Ariz. 

"Being on Homecoming court was an honor and I had a lot of fun. Mor- 
tar Board and Bobcats did an awesome job planning the event. I owe 
them a lot of thanks as well." 

Sha\ ne Griffith 
Major: Studio Art 

.Minor: Family Studies and Human Development 
Hometown: Phoenix. Ariz. 

■"Being nominated to Homecoming court was such an incredible honor. 
To ha\e the opportunity to meet new people and represent my organiza- 
tion was something 1 v\ ill never forget. UA is a school w ith more than 
100 years of tradition and to be a part of that tradition will always be 
one of iny most treasured memories. BF:AR DOWN!!!" 

Kristen Senseman 
.Major: Marketing M 

Hometown: Scottsdalc, Ariz. 

"The LA has given me the lifelong friendships and unforgettable memo- 
ries that 1 will treasure forever! BEAR DOWN ARIZONA!" 

Joe Young 

Major: Business Management and Hntreprcncurship 
Hometown: Pima. Ariz. "" 

"'It was an honor to be on the 2004-2005 Homecoming court my senior 
year at LA. All of the finalists on the court are w inners in my opinion 
and I congratulate all of thein for being role models and .setting such 
great and diverse examples of what being a Wildcat is all about!" 

.Andrew \arker ■ 

Major: Pharmacy 
Hometown: Lake Forest, Calif 

"Being a member of the Homecoming royalty is one the most memora- 
ble moments of my time spent at the UA. The 10 members of the court 
caine together for one week to celebrate our school and the students of 
the past and the present. We represented the student body by the bring- 
ing the best within each one of us, combining to show our true spirit 
for the university. And with that. 1 say that I am proud to have been a 
student of the University of Arizona. Always Bear Down!!!" 

Kim flo 

-Major: Business Administration and .Marketing 

Sam Kfird 

Major: Business Administration and Finance 

Diane Kopilovich 

Major: Speccli and Hearing Sciences 



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Major: Journalism and Creative 
Writing 

Hometown: Rochester, N.Y. 
Nominated by: Arizona Ambas- 
sadors 

"Homecoming was absolutely 
crazy. We had a blast at the bon- 
fire, riding in the parade and being 
on the field at halftime. It was 
really exciting to be honored as a 
representative of the university. 

When Kelli and I were 
crowned I think we were both in 
shock. We had gone through a lot 
of applications and interviews and 
were so exhausted by the week's 
events. I think we just couldn't 
believe it was all finally over and 
that we had won. To me, this was 
just the perfect culmination of an 
incredible four years. That mo- 



ment will live on in me forever. 

The bonfire was especially 
nice because I had friends and 
family there to root me on. I'll 
never forget how sincere people 
were when they congratulated i 
It just made the honor of being 
Homecoming king that much 
more special. 

To me, being named Home- 
coming royalty pays honor to 
what the finalists have given bal 
to campus. None of us ever did I 
anything with this goal in mindl 
Everyone who was on the court| 
was dedicated to campus life an 
really gave 100 percent of then 
selves to this university. To be 
named king out of such a diver^ 
and involved group of people ' 
an incredible honor. 

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homecoming queen Kelli Winkle 



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Major: Criminal Justice 
Administration and Entrcpre- 
neurship 

Minors: Mathematics, Span- 
ish 

Hometown: Tempe, Ariz. 
Nominated by: Pride of Ari- 
zona. University of Arizona 
Marching Band 

"For myself, simply being 
a part of the Homecom- 
ing Court was an amazing 
experience. Being with 
such incredible people like 
the members of the Senior 
Honorary, the Bobcats and 
the other members of the 
court was such a blast. With 
all the events on the Mall 
during Homecoming and the 
camaraderie, the week of 
Homecoming will definitely 
go down in my book as one 
of the best times in my life. 



Winning the position of 
Homecoming queen was 
a completely separate and 
shocking occurrence. To this 
day 1 still have a hard time 
grasping the fact that 1 actu- 
ally won. It was amazing to 
have the Bobcats announce 
my name as Queen and then 
to be able to join the band in 
our standstill performance of 
the show. Riding around in a 
red Cadillac convertible with 
Marc in the parade on game 
day was absolutely a blast. 

While winning Home- 
coming queen and be a 
member of the Homecom- 
ing Court was, and will be, 
one of the most memorable 
experiences of my life, noth- 
ing compares to being a part 
of the Pride of Arizona, of 
which I have been a member 
of for the past four years. My 



first two years I played the 
French horn, and the last two 
1 marched on the cymbal line. 
What most people don't un- 
derstand is that UA has one 
of the best marching bands in 
the nation, and I'm not say- 
ing that because I biased. We 
play and march extremely 
well, all the while making an 
artistic statement about life. 
The people who are a part 
of this program are the most 
caring, generous, artistic and 
beautiful people I have ever 
had the pleasure of being 
with. I was honored merely 
to have been nominated from 
the group. Moreover, to have 
their never-ending support 
while on the court speaks 
volumes about the dedication 
members of this program 
share for each other and the 



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of old main to hear the announcement of 
the homecoming king and queen. 

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ty has been nothing short of 
isolutely incredible. Walking 
1 to campus my freshman 
.ar. 1 had no idea what was in 
ore. 1 spent my first week on 
impus crying because I was 
)mcsick. Looking back on all 
■ the opportunity I found at 
is university, 1 can't help but 
nile. This university is with- 
it a doubt one of the most 
credible communities and 
stitutions in the country. 

Graduating is going to be 
ally lough, but I am excited 

be an alumnus of the UA. I 
ive had an incredible senior 
:ar, and I can only look 
rward to giving back to a 
livcrsity that has given me 
1 much." 





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students and alumni gathered at the steps 
of Old Main to celebrate the homecom- 
ing game with a bonfire. UA football head 
coach Mike Stoops spoke to the crowd and a 
homecoming king and queen were selected. 





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J The UA officially opened in 1891. 

' The original school colors were sage and silver. 

-■ "Bear Down, Arizona", though the most recognizable UA song, is not actually 

the fight song. "Fight, Arizona, Fight" is the official fight song, and is played 

almost as frequently as "Bear Down, Arizona" at football games. 

• The rock wall surrounding the Historic District, North Park Avenue between 

East Speedway Boulevard and East Fourth Street, was constructed out of rocks 

quarried from 'A' Mountain when the 'A' was created. 

J The bell in the clock tower of the Student Union Memorial Center was one of 

the actual bells on the USS Arizona, sunk in the attack on Pearl Harbor. Every 

year on Dec. 7, it rings to commemorate the attacks. 

The Student Union Memorial Center was built to resemble the USS Arizona 
battleship. The actual mast from the ship is in front of the clock tower. 

The first sport to earn the UA national recognition was polo. 

The first Wilbur was actually a live wildcat named "Rufus." Rufus met his 
demise in 1916 when he accidentally hung himself after being left tied to a tree. 

Wilbur as we know him was married to Wilma in 1986, in a ceremony during 
halftime at a football game. 




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convertible with Marc in the parade 
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Grand Marshall Best Overall Float Award: 
First: Theta Tau 

Second: Professional Achievement in Nursing 
(PAIN) Club and Arizona Off-Roading Club 
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Phi Kappa Psi and Alpha Epsilon Phi 



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traditions at UA 




~ hv Carrie Bui 

ow did the buildings on campus get 
their names? Is our campus really an 
arboretum? These types of nifty tidbits 
of information can be learned through a new 
class. Heritage and Traditions at the University 
of Arizona. 

Students are drawn to the class' promise to 
provide a greater knowledge of the university's 
history and traditions, and to connect them with 
alumni and the larger university family. 

"1 thought it was actually interesting sound- 
ing. I've never had much school spirit until I 
came to the UA. Then 1 fell in love with the 
UA," said biochemistry and molecular bio- 
physics senior Cristi Barnes. 

"I decided to take it because I wanted to 
learn more about my school, be more associ- 
ated with the UA. to just feel like I belong 
and come to know it like I know the back of 
my hand," .said biochemistry and molecular 
biophysics junior Heather Dawson. 




Developed three years ago by the UA 
Alumni Association and its board of direc- 
tors, the class grew from 1 8 to more than 50 
students. The class covers every aspect of the 
university, from the role of the presidents to the 
history of residence life. It is taught by James 
Knight, a professor in the College of Agricul- 
ture and Life Sciences, and Samantha Zipp, 
program director for 
the Alumni Asso- 
ciation and 2003 UA 
alumna. 

But Heritage and 
Traditions at the UA 
gives students more 
than just knowledge. 

"I've gained more 
appreciation for the 
UA and the history 
of what had gone on 
in the programs and 
what goes on in the 
UA," said political 
science senior Gina 
Goldbiatt. 

Students aren't the only ones who benefit 
from the class. 

"I've been able to connect myself to many 
of the traditions and heritages of the univer- 
sity," Knight said. "1 think the closer you 
understand and can relate to the roots of any 
institution you belong to, the more likely you 
are to feel a part of it." 

Heritage and Traditions at the UA was a 
one credit elective course in fall 2004, unas- 
sociated with any academic major, and housed 
in the agricultural education department of the 
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. 

"People have to take it because they want 
it," Knight said. "We're getting such a cross- 
section of students from the university. 1 think 
the word is out. The numbers have grown 
every year." 

In addition to lectures, guest speakers from 
all areas of the university gave students an un- 



derstanding of the inner workings and history 
of the university. 

"The breadth of speakers brought in each 
year encompass the UA campus community 
and showcases ail the rich heritage and tradi- 
tion of our school," Zipp said. 

"I learned a lot of stuff 1 really liked just 
hearing about stutTand learning about the 

UA," Barnes said. "1 had 
no idea everything 
we're involved in and 
everything it takes to 
run a campus." 

Favorite speakers 

from the fall 2004 se- 

o mester were UA Ath- 

o 

letics Director Jim 

'$■ Livengood, speaking 

» on the role of athlet- 

g ics in the university, 

c and Men's Basketball 

'I Head Coach Lute 

8 Olson, speaking 

on the history UA 

men's basketball. 

Other guest speakers included Vice President 

Edith Auslander, Alumni Association President 

Sandy Ruhl and Provost George Davis. 

"I think my favorite part about the class 

was that several of the speakers we spoke with. 

you could just feel the pride and the joy and 

the happiness they felt talking about the UA," 

said David Sinclair, accounting sophomore 

and accounting assistant senior for continuing 

education and academic outreach. 

Students in the class were also required to 

research traditions that were relevant to their 

time at the university, to interview alumni and 

visit the Alumni Association. 

Even the final exam took a unique twist: 

The class was required to sing "Bear Down" 

and "All Hail" on the steps of Old Main. 

The class will be offered again in the fall 

2005 semester as a two credit course. 





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yby Carrie Bui 
ou may have noticed it on your way to another store: A 
small store filled with UA merchandise, a couple college- 
age people working inside, and a glowing 'A' beckoning 
visitors inside. 

This is the 'A' Store, staffed and managed by Students in Free 
Enterprise, a UA organization. The 300-square-foot store opened 
on Nov. 20, 2004, in Tucson Mall, meeting students' goals to 
open the store in time for the busy holiday buying season. 

"We worked for about seven or eight hours setting the store in 
one night," said retailing and consumer sciences senior Shelley 
Huff, a SIFE project 
manager for the 'A' 
store. "We got all 
our inventory from 
the (UofA) Book- 
store, extra stuff that 
they had before we 
started buying our 
own and we went 
in there and set it. 
We did double the 
amount of sales that 
we thought we were 
going to do between 
the opening and year 
end." 

In partnership 
with UA Book- 
stores and the UA Center for Retailing, the 'A' Store is a place 
where students can learn and practice enterprising skills to take 
into future careers after they graduate. Profits from the business 
can also be put back into the retailing center to support student 
scholarships. 

Students who work at the 'A' Store are divided into four 
teams, with each team tackling a different aspect of the store. 
The teams of marketing, human resources, buying and visual 
merchandising work under the guidance of project managers, as 
well as the Center for Retailing and UA Bookstores. 

Besides running store promotions and working as sales asso- 
ciates in the store, a main project the marketing team is focusing 
on is a customer database. Customers of the store are encouraged 
to sign a guestbook that will allow the store to create a database 
to assist them in keeping track of customers and staying in con- 
tact with them. 

"The experience is one that you cannot have through just the 
basic retail classes," said marketing team member and retailing 
and consumer sciences senior Allison Zimmerman. "In terms of 
hands-on experience in marketing and retail and how a store op- 
erates, this is one of the better learning experiences you can have. 
It makes you feel proud when the store is doing well because you 
know that it's because of you and your fellow students." 

The human resources team works on the administrative 




aspects of the store. The team created the 'A' Store's policy and 
procedures manual, and are in charge of scheduling and supervis- 
ing the students. 

The buying team for store isn't just about shopping for cool 
looking UA merchandise. The team predicts what buyers of their 
store will want at least six to 10 months in advance. 

"It's a lot of predictions," said buying team member and 
retailing and consumer sciences senior Lindsey Port. "We base 
our predictions on our bestsellers right now. We figure out which 
logos do the best. The block 'A' is probably our bestseller, based 
on previous things; what's selling, what's just sitting in the 

store." 

Allison Hammond, 
retailing and consumer 
sciences junior, works on 
the visual merchandising 
team. The team designs 
concepts for the 'A' store 
to feature in the store and 
in the window display 
located behind the store. 
"We're just in charge 
of store presentation," 
Hammond said. 

Designing for the 
store doesn't come 
without its problems. The 
visual merchandising 
team works to find a balance 
between designing the small store layout and designing the large 
window display. 

"That we only have 300 square feet and so we have so much 
merchandise in the store, the major problem is how to get it all 
in the store without it looking crowded or cramped or sloppy," 
Hammond said. "So it's important to keep it all looking nice. The 
opposite problem is our window is so big. How do you keep it 
full and still presentable and attractive?" 

The students at the 'A' Store tackled many problems and will 
likely continue tackling problems, but their experiences have 
been one of a kind and prepared them for future careers. 

"I know when I went on interviews, it gave me a solid refer- 
ence for anything," Port said. "I was able to answer pretty much 
any question and use my experience at the 'A' store to answer it 
in terms of working with customers, working with vendors, see- 
ing the behind the scenes part of running a small retail business." 
"It has been an amazing opportunity to be able to learn from 
your peers and teach your peers in an environment that you usu- 
ally wouldn't be able to do," Huff said. 

After having a profitable holiday season, the 'A' Store negoti- 
ated a longer lease agreement than their temporary agreement for 
the holiday season. With the new lease agreement, the store will 
be expanded to about 1 ,000 square feet. 



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Why Altaira Citron 
hen construction of the UA Student Union Memorial 
Center began back in August 1999, the vision of a new 
university surfaced. However, members of the Univer- 
sity Activities Board along with thousands of campus 
movie fans were forced to let go of the long-standing U A tradition of 
campus movies at the historic Gallagher Theater. 

Nestled between the third and fourth floors of the east wing of the old 
union, the Gallagher lacked the steel reinforcements needed to support 
the planned union renovations. Opened in 1 97 1 , the theater was consid- 
ered one of the most unique features of the UA campus due to its nostal- 
gic atmosphere and creative programming. 

It was named by the Student Union Activities Board in honor of 
Edward Joseph Gallagher 111, a benefactor of the university who also 
contributed his prized classic film collection to the student union. 

However, the university's remodeling plans did include space for a 
new, modem theater, which opened in the new Student Union Memorial 
Center in February 2002. Even Bill Fannin, manager of the old Gallagher, 
had no idea what to expect of the modem version of his life's love and 
work. 

"The old theater had the whole shebang," Fannin recalls. "A snack 
bar, box office and a marquee which went up five years after it opened. 
We even had the curtains that go across the stage in front of the screen. 
When the show was about to start, we'd cue up the music, fade the 
lights and open up the curtains. It was built to be a classic, full-ser- 
vice theater." 

Nor was there any lack of variety in the Gallagher's film 
selection. The theater offered everything from foreign art 
films to American classics such as "Clockwork Orange" 
and "The Breakfast Club." The theater even showed 
the film "Pearl Harbor" shortly after the ground- 
breaking of the new union in honor of its being 
modeled after the U.S.S Arizona. 

Located across from the food court on the main 
floor of the new union, the new theater is equipped with 
Dolby Digital Sound, 340 seats, and a 26-by-l 1 foot screen 
Students could see any show for $3 and have a chance of catch- 
ing an occasional free advanced screening, as in the old days. 

Since December 2003, the theater has been under the supervision 
of TJ Willis, theater manager and higher education graduate student. In 
addition to his studies, Willis oversees all operations, from concessions 
and inventory to supervising the stafl', selecting films and scheduling 
events with other departments on campus. 

Willis works with a student staff of four who alternate between 
projectionist, box office rep and usher He also collaborates closely with 
members of the UAB Films committee in order to develop the type of 
quality programming that students will go out of their way to see. Every 
other week, he meets with the committee to discuss film ideas, find out 
what's going on around campus and get feedback on how movies are 
doing. 

"It's a really good relationship," Willis said. "It helps to have another 
student opinion in choosing films, especially an undergraduate who 
knows what undergrads want to see - I can't see all the movies, so it 
helps to have someone else around for input." 

The UAB Films committee plays an integral part in selecting films 
and organizing events to coincide with them. Chair of the committee and 
joumalism and media arts sophomore Alex Lau said the goal is to provide 
a mix of movie genres - from blockbusters to documentaries to foreign 



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films. 

"We try to target different audiences," Lau said, explaining why they 
provide such an eclectic mix of entertainment. 

The Gallagher's largest audience consists of freshmen and sopho- 
mores who often don't have transportation and want a fun and safe alter- 
native to drinking, Lau explained. 

Lau's committee works with three 
production companies, look- 




ing through their film collections and selecting from there what films arel 
shown. Mostly popular movies made it through the screening process, 
including hits like "Napoleon Dynamite", "Shaun of the Dead" and "Ga 
den State," which Lau said strike a chord with college students. 

American classics such as "Scarface" and "The Godfather" are paired 




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ogether as a double feature to represent a classic genre. These are bal- 
anced with innovative films of newer genres like the quasi-hor- 
i,aft ror film, "The Ring." To diversify the schedule for 

students with unique interests, the committee 
offers Native American and multi-cul- 
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But what really distinguishes the theater's presence on campus are the 
lovie events that accompany showings. This year's annual Halloween 
uible feature drew in a costumed crowd for the original "Exorcist" and 
Psycho," while the "Kill Bill" double feature was complimented with a 
Jstume contest where two students dressed as Gogo and Elle Driver won 



a new DVD player. 

Lau says his committee aims to host a greater number of special 
events outside of the Gallagher in the years to come. A movie-on-the- 
Mall screening of "Meet the Parents" drew in a great crowd, so UAB 
Films plans to integrate other venues into the mix. including films 
poolside or at the drive-in (still on campus), and film festivals galore. 
And perhaps best of all. students could expect a "Star Wars" week in the 
Planetarium! 

UAB Films is funded by the UA and is not out to make a profit, Lau 
said. The committee wished simply to give UA students a fun variety of 
movies they want. And that's exactly what undeclared freshmen Victor 
Vallet and Ryan Hallisey said they got. Vallet visited the Gallagher for a 
show once every two weeks because of the good selecfion, cheap movies 
and convenient location. 

"I like that they have those 2-for-l coupons all the time. I carry one 
"■ around in my pocket in case there's a show we want to see," Vallet 
said. His roommate Hallisey also commented on the conve- 
S nience of being able to take dinner from the union into the 
'^ theater. 

If students didn't fancy the food in the union, they 
'y could just Stock up on popcorn or candy concessions 
at the ticket counter Gallagher employee and archi- 
tecture sophomore Scott Dray said he also encouraged 
students to snatch up the free screening/sneak preview tick- 
ets left downstairs in the union gaine room. Dray worked in 
a commercial theater for four years before joining the Gallagher 
staff and has seen all kinds of people come through its doors. 
"We get a lot of big groups from houses around campus, some older 
people from off campus and a decent amount of kids for the animated 
films," Dray said. He chuckled, recalling that during showings of both 
"Constantine" and "Gothika." Wamer Bros guards positioned themselves 
throughout the theater armed with night-vision goggles to ensure no one 
was bootlegging the showing. 

As a fellow employee, architecture freshman Jonathan Porter also has 
fond memories of his shifts spent meeting lots of new people - even fel- 
low classmates. 

"It's nice to work on campus," Porter said. "When I get off of work 
late I'm already here on campus, so 1 can hit the books right away." 

Both students enjoyed the benefits of a flexible work schedule, being 
able to do their homework while waiting for a show to end. and of course, 
free movie seats! Additionally, they are enrolled in a 50/50 meal plan 
developed strictly for union employees, which gives them one meal per 
day at half price. 

Clearly, the Gallagher functions for the student body on many levels; 
from entertainment to employment to education, the Gallagher Theater is 
still on the map with its new look. 




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. hy Lauren Miller part-time student office assistants, one full time office specialist and six golf 

I n campus, the hottest way to travel is golf cart style. carts to successfully operate the program,'" Franz said. 

It is hard to miss the zooming golf carts. With their characteristic "We advertise ourselves," Seithel said. "If we're driving around and we see 

whirring sound they whisked passengers from one end of campus to someone on crutches, we'll pull over and say 'can we give you a ride some- 

the other. But while their presence is common, few students know where?' and while we're driving them we'll ask them if they're on the service, 

vhat exactly the carts' purpose is. If not, we give them a little pamphlet and tell them to call. Usually we will see 

Some carts deliver packages or escort guests, but the most important service them on the schedule afterwards." 
;omes from a program called Cart Services. The program offers a helping wheel Seithel joined the Can Services team after a friend recommended the job. He 

the temporarily and terminally disabled by providing a free ride to their des- then attended a two week "driver's course" with a veteran driver and learned the 



nation. After all, campus seems much larger when crutches are involved. 



rules of the road. Drivers are not allowed to take the carts on major streets, or 



One of the service's supennen is Adam Seithel, who has been saving injured take the carls home. They could not drive through the student union and were 

tudents a long trek across campus for two years. The regional development not allowed to squeeze through the tightest bike pathway, between the Harvill 

enior said he loves helping people out while also exploring the campus. He building and the Center for Creative Photography, after "too many people took 

Iso makes a great tour guide, offering a wealth of facts about the campus, as them it full speed through the tight passage and they would hit it and break the 



le cruises "with the top down" in his 20 mph golf cart. 

"North side to .south side in just a few minutes; it's pretty neat," Seithel 
►aid. 

; Setihel was glad to share why he was part of one 
'f the most helpful important and most underrated 
brvices on campus. 

"The service is important to the temporarily 
isabled because they were not used to getting 
round. If you break your foot, your whole life North side to s 

you've had that foot a few minutes, 

and suddenly you 

can't use it," he said. 

"I was picking up 

this guy north of the 

UMC and he had to 

go to the south side 

of campus. There . 

would be no way he 

could get to class." 



North side to south side in just 
a few minutes, it's pretty neat. 

Adam Seithel 
Cart Driver 



windshield." 

"It's really just driving common sense and skill after a while," Seithel said. 

With the thousands of pedestrians and bikers that cross the carts' path, 

maneuvering a golf cart through the throngs sounded 

difficult at the least. But Seithel said Cart Services had 

an "impeccable safety record." 

"However, I have actually been walked into three 

times." Seithel said with a laugh. "I'm just parked and 

ith side in just someone walks into me. Some are on their cell phone 

s orettv neat ''"^ ^^'"^ are just in a daze. There isn't much you can 

do except say 'Hey buddy, watch out."" 

The most challenging moments for Seithel and his 
Adam Seithel fellow drivers come during "crunch time," the busy 

Cart Driver moments at the end of the hour when students rush 

to their next class. "Those times you really need to 
prioritize your pickups," Seithel said. 
;, Combineing strategy and maneuvering that would 

rival most New York city cab drivers, Seithel could 
drop up to four people at their different destinations 



Students who have temporary injuries are in a given 15 minute period. 



scheduled after a review with Campus Health 



'You manage and you choose your route," Seithel said. "You drive faster. 



and can ride until they are able to get around within reason of course, and you need to know that if you need to get from one 



again on their own. 



side to other (of campus) even though it may be shorter to go through the Mall, 



Cart Services offers long-term help to those it's not a good idea because around those times kids are constantly crossing. 



permanently disabled. "A lot of the time they "Tipping is always courteous," Seithel added jokingly. 

use the service because they're in a wheelchair Beyond giving an injured student a lift in a shaded seat, there arc the added 

all day going up and down campus, and it can be perks of being one of the lucky few to drive the carts. Seithel said that Can 
really difficult after a while," Seithel said. "So it's Services drivers were allowed to spend the time between pickups in any way 
a welcome change to be driven around. We just they wanted, as long as they took their radio with them. 

fill in the gaps for when they're just too tired or — 

just want a break." 

With a call between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on 
the weekdays, Seithel said a cart would arrive 
within 5 minutes. 

The quiet program has been growing across 
campus in recent years. Charles Franz, a Parking 
and Transportation Services staff member, said '-. 

the service was initially run through a student 
organization with just one cart and one driver in 
1995. PTS took over in 1996, and that year two 
drivers helped 4,676 riders. The service continued 
to grow and in 2004, more than 1 4,800 passengers 
had ridden the carts. 

"The service now is utilizing a statTof two 
full-timedrivers, six part-time student drivers, two — ^ 





"At first I used to cruise, 
because it was cool, but after- 
wards the campus just seems a 
lot smaller," Seithel said. "All 
of us have these little spots we 
go to do homework or read or 
call and chat with someone." 

Seithel takes the time to 
explore the different build- 
ings on campus, adding to his 
knowledge and trivia about the 
UA. He offers his own "tour" 
for family, friends and special 
guests that include stops at the 
Mars rover testing site, a peek 
at the campus nuclear generator 



and a 74-year-old stuffed buf- 
falo residing in Veterinary! 
Sciences. 

And as for the question ofl 
whether girls went for guysl 
who drive golf carts? 

"There are some girls that are 
attracted to a man in a golf cart,' 
Seithel said. "The vast majorit 
that approach the carts are soH 
rority girls, but normally when 
something like that happensJ 
you just give them a condij 
tioned responses like 'well, 
you break your leg right now ] 
could give you a ride.'" 






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down under... School is 
pretty easy and fun, and 
Sydney is an amazing city. ... Its i 
so nice living in a big city! I have |» 
done quite a bit since leaving... ; 

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living arrangements I took my first -^ 
trip with a friend of mine that came 
to visit (a former Pi Kapp). The trip was 
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land. One oWRRours we ended up taking 
brought us north of the city where we went 
on a nature walk to a waterfall and then to 
a couple different black sand beaches. The 
beaches and landscapes there were amaz- 
ing. I would really like to travel back to 
New Zealand and do a tour of the south 
island because I have heard that it is even 
nicer than the north island. 

The next trip 1 went on was with two 
guys that I had met during orientation, Matt 
and Loren. Both of them are from the states 
and are just studying here for one semes- 
ter as well. The package that we bought 
included traveling over two main parts of 
the Australian East coast. We started off 
in Cairns, which is up north. From there 
we scuba dived the Great Barrier Reef and 
hired a car. The town was fairly small but 
had a great night life driven by the many 
travelers that visit there. We drove from 
Cairns further North to Cape Tribulation 
and explored the Daintree rainforest. Over 
the course of two days we then made or 
way South past Cairns to Airlie Beach. 
From there we took a 3 day 2 night sail- 
ing trip of a chain of islands called the 
Whitsunday Islands. One of the islands we 



explored had an amazing white sand beach called Whitehaven Beach. ... It was 
literally the most amazing beach I've ever seen! 

Recently we took the second leg of the package deal, which was a trip to Fraser 
Island. The island is completely made out of sand. . . the roads are just sand paths 
and require the use of 4 wheel drive vehicles. . . and the beach is used as a land- 
ing strip for small planes! We hired a vehicle and camped on the island over the 
course of 3 days. . . while we were there we saw a ship wreck half buried on the 
beach, visited remote lakes and rivers, and watched sharks swimming off the cost 
from cliffs overlooking the ocean. 

Classes have just ended and I'm in the process of planning a trip that explores 
a bit more of the inner parts of Australia. Then I also plan to spend a week in Fiji 
on the way home. . . Studying abroad has definitely been an experience that I will 
always remember and reflect back on. Australia is an amazing country with end- 
less beautiful beaches, very cultured and laid back people, and heaps of landmarks 
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n 1904, St. Louis hosted the sum- 
mer Olympics, Teddy Roosevelt was 
building the Panama Canal, and a 
decade after the UA's opening, the Arizona 
Repertory Theatre, or ART, raised its first 
curtain. 

One hundred years later, the summer 
Olympics returned to Athens and Roosevelt 
is long since dead, but the tradition of excel- 
lence in Arizona theatre remains as strong 
as ever. 

Among the highlights of the ART's 
centennial season was the classic American 
musical "Carousel." Despite the whimsical 
title, there was much more to Rodger and 
Hammerstein's optimistically tragic tale of 
love, death and redemption than carousel 



horses. Likewise, there was much more 
behind production than the spectacle seen on 
opening night. The director and actors reveal 
a behind-the-curtain look at what happens 
before the lights go up — but please, no cell 
phones or flash photography permitted. 

Act I: The Show Must Be Selected 

In contrast to professional theatre, where 
shows are put on solely for profit, the ART 
faculty committee chooses productions 
based on the academic benefit they hold for 
acting students. 

"Carousel" director Harold Dixon said, 
"We don't really do (the shows) thinking 
'well this would be a popular show; this 
would be a crowd plcaser.' Instead, the basic 
criteria we use for all the ART productions is 



what would be the best training vehicle for 
our students." 

When filling a season, a contrast of styles 
and difficulties is an important factor in 
selecting the shows. While Shakespeare's 
plays challenge students to deal with 
complex language and rhythm, plays such 
as "The Rivals" are style-heavy and force 
actors to learn how to move in the tall wigs 
and intricate costumes required by the time 
period. 

The same applies to musicals. "Carousel" 
is a tradition-rich piece, involving a classical 
and operatic style of singing, or what Dixon 
called "legitimate singing." On the other 
hand, the spring musical was the decidedly 
less formal "The Rocky Horror Show." 

Musical theatre junior Joey Snider, who 
played the part of Mr. Snow in "Carousel," 
explained, "Last year 1 did Little Shop (of 
Horrors), which is very rock-y type singing, 
■like it's rock 'n' roll music ... and then you 
■ come here and you've got a full strings 
orchestra and all that kind of stuff and you 
have to do really classical singing. It's just a 
huge change and it teaches you to do every- 
thing, which is why we do it." 
, Dixon clarified that "our goal is really 
living the students as many varied train- 
-ing experiences as possible. The audience 
■S doesn't know that, but that's really what 
„ we're doing." 



t Act 11: The Show Must Be Designed 
For the designers, crunch time 
^started a year before the first curtain call. 



p ,^: Theatre arts senior Luke Bishop 

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As is customary, Dixon met extensively with the 
show's designers to solidify their collective vision 
for the show. Student designers presided over 
set, sound and lighting, with assistant professor 
and costume designer Rick Tuckett in charge of 
costuming. There is often a mix of students and 
faculty behind the design of each show, Dixon 
said, depending on experience and skill level. 

During the designing process, prelimi- 
nary sketches of everything from costumes and 
fabrics to lighting cues and scene changes were 
created in order to "flesh out" a 60-year-old script 
and give it meaning. According to Tuckett, one of 
the goals for this production of "Carousel" was 
to bring the traditional classic to life in a way that 
would appeal to the target ART audience of today. 

For Tuckett, this was the fifth "Carou- 
sel" production he had been involved with in the 
course of his theatre career. 

"Working with Harold Dixon in develop- 
ing the approach to this production was a really 



exciting thing because he was also interested in 
finding a way to make "Carousel" relevant and to 
make sense to a contemporary audience," he said. 

Act 111: The Show Must Be Cast 

Only acting and musical theatre majors are 
cast in main season plays. Sophomores through 
seniors audition for roles in each show in the 
year's repertoire. 

"You prepare all summer for (the audition 
process), coming up with audition pieces and it's 
months of work going into a week of school," 
says Sarah Spigleman, musical theatre junior, 
who played Snider's "Carousel" love interest 
Carrie Pipperidge. 

Snider said, "It's intense, that's the best way 
I can describe it. It's very, very intense for every- 
body involved — I mean directors and casters, as 
well as all the students auditioning." 

Dixon agreed that the process is particularly 
taxing on students, as it is for any actor in any 



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it worked out being witii the 
other children. I liked being in 
the dresses from 1915 a lot. 

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"Carousel" cast member 



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Right: The cast from "Carou- 
sel receives instruction from 
their director on how to im- 
prove their performance. 




Left: Original costume design 
stretches for "Carousel" with fab- 
ric swatches. 








Above: Theatre productions 
sophomore Nate Weisband 
goes through his final re- 
hersal before the produc- 
tion of "Pericles." 

Left: Musical theatre junior 
Joey Snider dips theatre 
production junior Mandell 
Maughan in the perfor- 
mance of "Pericles." 



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theatre situation, but he explained that the ART 
audition differs in several ways from that of 
mainstream theatre. Whereas most shows in the 
professional world are cast by directors looking 
for an actor with the appropriate look or attitude 
for a specific character, ART productions are cast 
by a faculty committee. The teachers consider 
roles from an educational perspective, discussing 
each actor and which part would benefit them 
most in the perfection of their technique. 

"We work from a professional point of view, 
but we're not typecasting like you would in the 
professional theatre," Dixon said. 

Act IV: The Show Must Be Built 

The School of Theatre Arts employs its own 
fully-stocked scene and costume shops. Faculty 
oversee the operation of both departments, while 
first-year theatre students earn credit for con- 
structing sets and stitching costumes 

"1 have a new respect for crew members," 
said Tim McKieman, a freshman and "Carousel" 
wardrobe assistant. "It's been a humbling experi- 
ence." 

The extra student help is as much appreciated 



as it is needed. It took many volunteers to finish 
the complex scenery and wardrobe behind "Car- 
ousel." More than 500 individual pieces of cos- 
tuming were worn onstage, including a dancing 
bear costume rented from the Gaslight Theatre 
and a variety of carnival outfits and vintage 1900s 
dress clothes from the Warner Brothers studios in 
Los Angeles. Some items were purchased from 
antique shops throughout Tucson, and even popu- 
lar discount department stores. 

"We love Target!" Tuckett said. 

Other notable set pieces included an imposing 
steel carousel, complete with lights and horses; 
a pier, a life-size ship mast with sails and a large 
foam "sand" dune. 

Finale: Above All, The Show Must Go On! 

The most crucial part of any show for the 
actors is the rehearsal process. From the day the 
cast list is settled to the night the play opens, ART 
students are busy memorizing lines and applying 
classroom-taught characterization techniques to 
a polished finished product. Time in the rehearsal 
room was all about exploration and experimenta- 



"That's really where you get to create some- 
thing," said Snider, "and all of a sudden every- 
thing comes together." 

From the rehearsal room, the cast moved 
to the stage, where, one by one, the technical 
elements of the show came into play. A week of 
technical rehearsals ensued, where every sound 
and light movement was matched to the correct 
cues and every scene change was precisely timed. 
Dixon described this as a "painstakingly slow 
process." 

"We did two four-hour rehearsals only to get 
through act one," he said. 

The following week consisted of dress re- 
hearsals. Costumes were added and worked with 
to negotiate any final fitting or stage movement 
issues. 

Finally, after a year of preparation, "Carousel" 
was ready for a paying audience. 

"It's really rewarding to be able to touch 
people's lives with musical theatre," said Spigle- 
man. And, not to mention: blood, sweat and tears 
put aside, it was still, as Snider put it, "a hell of a 
lot of fun." 



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part. Everyone has to cross the 
mall, walking with friends, run- 
ning to class or whatever, so you 
like get this great show of the 
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end of the semester we spread 
out a picnic basket, brought 
some drinks and watermelon, 
and watched the world go by 
right there on the mall. 

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of the Washington and Lincoln Memorial 
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flier collection is pretty big too because I 
feel like I have to take eveiything that's 
handed to me. So there's everything from 
frat parties to anti-war slogans being 
passed out almost daily. It's great. 

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sciences junior April Studio go to the Student Recreation Center 
often. The rec center is for more than just working out; it's also 
for meeting new people. 





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ver notice how the Student Rec- 
reation Center is the place to be? 
Forget North Fourth Avenue with 
bars like Maloney's and O'Malley's, and 
forget your fraternity or sorority parties. 
If someone wanted to go somewhere to 
socialize, the best bet is at the Rec. Not 
only are there new people to meet and hot-| 
ties to check out, but students may even 
get a workout while they're at it. And all 
you need is a Cat Card. 

Opened in the fall of 1990, the 
Student Recreation Center offers the UA 
community an opportunity to participate 
in a variety of fitness, leisure, educational 
and recreational activities. It's so popular 
that plans have been made to expand the 
Rec by 2009. 

The Rec is a pretty popular place at its 
peak hours of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.; there is 
always a line just to get into the weight 
room. However, it's easy to wonder, are 
people really coming to get there workout 
their muscles or their pick up lines? 

Many admit that they come to mingle 
and hang out. 
"It's a real big social place; I see guys get- 
ting girls' numbers and stuff like that here all 
the time," said Dustyn Holt, an optical sciences 
freshman who works the entrance counter at the| 
Rec. 

The main "hot spot" when it comes to the 
Rec is the pool area. According to Sara Sru- 
lowitz, a pre-business sophomore who is also 
part of the Rec's staff, the pool is the spot. 
"It's usually pretty crazy out there," she said. 
"Whenever it's sunny out, there can be at least 
100 people out there, laying out or hanging out 
in the pool." 

While the Rec does have its usuals and its 
hard core-dedicated visitors, a good percentage 
are made up of randoms that come to either test I 
it out or just hang out. The most popular equip- } 
ment there is the elliptical machines by far. 

"The ellipticals are the most popular because! 
it's probably the laziest workout here that actu- \ 
ally gives you a workout," claims Srulowitz. 
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their iPod and jump on the elliptical to get theirj 
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aving sex in the pool one day. 

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going on and besides the fact it was 
mid-day, there were actually kids 
around, so we didn't think they were 
actually doing it," he recalled. "But 
sure enough, there they were. One 
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all the time and could spend the whole 
day here. What's bizarre about this guy 
is that every time he goes swimming 
he wears a woman's one-piece bathing 
suit. It really doesn't faze me anymore 
though." 

By far, the Rec is one of the UA's 
main attractions and "the place to be" 
for its students and the rest of its com- 
munity. So whether you want to go meet 
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conversing with 
people around the 
world over the 
Internet. It worked 
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a conversation over 
the phone, assum- 
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did not leave their 
computer and was a 
speedy typist. Instant 
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work, surf the Net. 
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"I've grown out of [my instant messaging] phase. 1 think you 
get to a point where you realize talking to one person at one time 
or seeing them or whatever is better than talking to them when you 
can't even hear their voice." said molecular and cellular biology 
senior Jennifer Spangle. 

Phase or not, instant messaging has made its mark on today's 
students, on conversations, and on the 
Internet. 

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In a technology focused world, instant 
messaging had only become easier and 
more convenient. Several major Internet 
service providers offer their own version 
of an instant messaging program. Popular 
programs were MSN Messenger. AOL 
Instant Messenger, and Yahoo! Instant 
Messenger. 

For college students who might be 
attending school away from their home- 
towns, instant messaging had the added 
appeal of being able to hold conversations 
without woirying about the length of the 
conversation and how much it might cost 
them later, unlike the way phones limited 
conversations for fear of long distance s 

charges. 

"I liked that I could communicate with 
all my old friends and not have to run up a huge phone bill and it 
was very convenient," said astronomy and physics senior Jessica 
Jones. 

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Dear diary. 

Well, it certainly seems like "blog- 
ging" was a rather trendy thing this year. 
Every other student had blog, an online 
journal, where they could post whatever 
his or her heart desired. People could add 
friends to their friends list and, made it 
possible to make an entry visible to people 
in only one or two of the subgroups but 
nobody else. Obviously, such occurrences 
sometimes caused conflicts within the 
' joumaling community often beyond the 
boundaries of the 

online world. Every 

reader could comment 
on what entries, and 
thus have an interac- 
tive relationship with 
the author, unless the 
"blogger" restricted 
the commenting abili- 
ties to the members of 
the particular journal. 

Often, online 
journals helped people 
keep track of friends 
that were going to 
different schools, 
giv ing them a chance 
to know what was 
going on in their lives 
in a more passive and 
convenient way than 
calling everyday. 
Popular sites included Xanga, Livejoumal, and the darker blogging 
answer. Deadjoumal. 

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"Blogging's good," said Sarah Smith, a 
Sociology junior. "It's a good way to keep 
people updated on your life— you can say 
anything about your life and no one can 
interrupt," 

On the other hand, Whitney Ryser, a 
Business and English junior, expressed a 
very different opinion. 

"I think it is self-indulgent and child- 
ish," she said. "Because its like a journal, 
a place for private thoughts to clear your 
mind, but you are putting it out there for 
everyone to read, it seems like a very base 
cry for attention." 

However polar the viewpoints on such 
things as "blogging" were, some Univer- 
sity of Arizona instructors have started 
using the online journal format instead of 
web discussion boards for their classes. In 
the Fall semester. Dr. Leila Hudson de- 



cided to use blogs as an alternative for the 
honors students in her INDV 1 03 "Islamic 
Civilizations" class. All honors students 
had to maintain blogs and update them 
twice a week, while the rest of the class 
was required to visit the journal sites and 
comment civilly on what they had read. 

Whether one liked it or not, on- 
line journals became a rather big part of 
everyone's life. They either gave people 
something to hate, or something to rely on, 
and they gave people a chance to choose 
whether to be involved in an online source 
of drama or stay out of it, have a journal 
and keep it quiet, or announce it to the 
entire world. 

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Marina Kaganova. 



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networked by just typing in a password. 
Friends reconnected while skimming 
through online pages. These techno- 
logical miracles were all courtesy of 
thefacebook.com, a sweeping online 
craze for social college students. 

The University of Arizona was among] 
a myriad of universities represented on 
the website. Arizona State, Yale, Har- 
vard, Tulane, and Northwestern, and 
countless others were all part of the hot- 
test college network. 

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ersonality, appearance, and academ- 
:s. Students could upload photos of 
icmselves and they add to their overall 
rofile. From there they were free to 
Kims thousands of profiles across the 
A campus and throughout the campus. 

"The major appeal of facebook is the 
ct that you can connect with people 
I your same age group without having 
) go out and try to make friends," said 
isette Rodriguez, a Retailing and Con- 
imer Sciences freshman. "Here [at the 
A] especially, because we're such a big 
impus full of cliques, facebook is a way 
ir us to not have to worry about fitting 
ilo a specific group." 

Friendship was the primary motiva- 
on on thefacebook.com, but there is 
so the possibility of romance for every 



clicked link. It had the possibility of 
a new form of online dating, with the 
perk of screening potential dates or just 
finding a match two doors down in your 
dorm. Whether it was through the same 
classes or interests, political views or 
groups, students on thefacebook.com 
were able to reach out and meet new 
people and learn things about them they 
might never have known. 

Ashwin Lakhi, a Sociology sopho- 
more, said that "the facebook is best for 
making new friends whether they be in 
your classes or just have similar interests 
as you." 

Each school has specific online 
groups created solely by students. The 
UA itself has 1,630 groups, including: 
The Hookah Lover's Group, the I Love 



Catholic Girls and Beer Group, and an 
ASU Haters Group. These groups each 
had a message board for updates and 
events on or around campus. 

Students not only spoke with their fel- 
low Wildcats, but with students attend- 
ing other schools in the United States. 
Regardless of geographical separation, 
students remained linked with high 
school friends who went off to pursue 
their academic careers in other places. 

Instead of scrounging around for 
gas money, college students could simply 
take road trips to visit their friends on the 
information superhighway. After all, they 
needed to save that hard earned cash for 
Ramen noodles and lattes. 

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with friends for a drink, most are completely 
unaware of a small class that meets off cam- 
pus to learn more about their major in an un- 
usual way. The class is generically labeled 
ARCH 402 in the University's catalog. The 
class rarely meets on campus and is never 
in a lecture hall listening to a professor talk 
about history or anatomy. This class is doing 
something a little different. This class takes a 
few sketchy drawings on eleven by seventeen 
paper and turns it into something a little more 
real. It is about students using their own drive 
and knowledge to breath reality into some- 
thing that will stand in the end. 

Thirty students undertook the challenge 
of building a house for a family that might 
not otherwise be able to afford one. The 



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themselves pick- 
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tape measurers, 

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and hammers. Armed with these, they faith- 
fully labored the days away. Mondays, 
Wednesdays. Fridays, and even Saturdays 
were required for people to be there and 
be working. Yet even with the end draw- 
ing near and as students began to cram for 
and take finals, the work on the site doubled 
with students showing up continuously even 
though it was not required. They showed up 
for the shear reason to work and to get more 
accomplished. In the end, they were able to 
stand there and look upon a skeleton; a long 
rammed earth wall, wrapping three sides of 
the building and above that, stood roof beams 
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he UA tradition of tortilla throwing 
returned to McKale Center with 
the 2004 winter commencement, 
despite attempts by UA administrators 
to end the long-standing ritual. 

During the fall semester, UA Presi- 
dent Peter Likins threatened to cancel 
the university-wide commencement 
ceremony for December, citing the lack 
of decorum during previous ceremonies. 
But under strong pressure from students, 
Likins reinstated winter commencement 
after he reached a compromise with 
Associated Students of the University of 
Arizona student leaders. 

The main concession was the instal- 
lation of security checkpoints, to pre- 
vent visitors from bringing disruptive 
items, and a search of all graduating 
students to stem the tide of tortillas. 
But the tortillas still made an ap- 
pearance. 

There were no interruptions durin 
the first half of the ceremony, when 
several speakers addressed the crowd. 
Congressman Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., 
was the keynote speaker for the cer- ; 
emony. 

But the security checkpoints, whei 
graduates had to unzip their robes for; 
inspection, was not enough to stop 
hundreds of tortillas from being thrown 
into the air as students were conferred 
their degrees on Dec. 1 8, 2004. 

Likins said he was vei7 happy 
with the event, and was pleased that 
students restrained themselves during 
most of the commencement. 

Grijalva, a UA alumnus, said he 




thought the ceremony went well. 

"It was somewhat intimidating, but I 
was very much appreciative, particularly 
for the students, for the attention they 
gave to the address," Grijalva said. 

Edith Auslander, senior associate to 
Likins, said she thought the ceremony 
improved from previous years. 

Auslander, who chaired the Com- 
mencement Policy Committee, said she 
expects there will still be some difficul- 
ties with future ceremonies. 

"There were still be some behavior 
problems - tortilla throwing and some 
catcalling," Auslander said. 

Auslander said she will hand over 
her commencement duties to Lori Gold- 
man, the UA director of enrollment 



management. 

Goldman, who also attended the 
ceremony, said she thought it was a 
respectful celebration. 

However, few feel the tradition of 
tortilla throwing will disappear from UA 
commencement. 

"For me, it is a tradition that's time 
is gone," Grijalva said. "But for the 
life of me, I don't know how to control 
that." 



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graduate Joel Moskowitz screams to relatives in 
the crowd during the December 2004 commence- 
ment ceremony, in McKale Center, December 18, 
2004. The December commencement ceremony 
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they are sacrificing two or four years into military 
service for. Ask anyone in the group and they proudly 
state that the sacrifice in putting otT their career for a few 
years is well worth it. They are proud to serve in our country's 
military and grateful for the discipline and leadership skills 
they are attaining. The men and women of the ROTC prepare 
to enter the world with a mind determined to accomplish each 
challenge that arises. They realize that they can be called to ac- 
tive duty at any time and they are prepared to face that as well. 
Whether it be the Army. Air Force, Navy or Marines, they are 
prepared. They are prepared, committed and set to accomplish 
in their own way what we all seek: a better life for ourselves 
and the ones we love. 




A day in the life... 
5:00 AM 

Rise and shine. Wake up and prepare for the morning exercises. They 
jog across campus early in the day, during parts of the year when the sun 
hasn't even risen. They eventually settle on the UA Mall to exercise for 
the next hour or so ~ push ups, sit-ups drills and more drills until finally 
they are dismissed. 

7:00 M- 8:00AM 

Dismissed. Finish with morning training. Now the ROTC students rush to 
get showered and changed, preparing for their first class of the day. 

8:00 AM 

First classes of the day. Classes are the main reason each ROTC member 
is here and committing themselves to training. All over campus the group 
scatters, into microbiology, English and foreign language classes they go. 
Each individual has career goals in or out of the military. They study and 
spend days on end involved in the same projects we all face though wak- 
ing up considerably before any of us: in some cases they wake up as we 
are going to sleep. 

2:00 PM 

ROTC presence on campus. They make their presence known during the 
day as they repel down the side of the Koffier building. The entire lower 
section is blocked off as members of the ROTC class rappel from the 
roof of the microbiology building. A crowd fonns at the base. Students 
and faculty stop and watch as men and women jump down the side of 
one of the tallest buildings on campus. They hold ceremonies in front of 
Old Main. They bring down our nation's flag and the Arizona state flag to 
the sound of music and a background of salutes from their peers. Careful 
not to let either flag touch the ground, they fold the flags respectfully into 
triangles and move them inside until the next moming. 



8:00 PM 



Last classes and homework. They stay up late finishing the term paper 
just like the rest of us; however, they also realize they must be rested to 
begin the next day at 5 a.m. 





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ear down, Arizona. Bear down, red 

and blue ..." 

If a student is walking around 
campus at the right time, there is a good chance 
he or she would hear those lyrics being sung 
from the lips of an Arizona Ambassador. 

Singing the fight song "Bear Down, Arizona" 
in front of Bear Down Gym is a tradition for am- 
bassadors, and almost more tricky than hav ing to 
walk the tours backwards. 

"I think the most challenging part is getting 
up and singing Bear Down just because it is so 
humiliating, because I can't sing at all," said 
Rhonda Tubbs. a pre-business sophomore. "I 
think that's also the best part of the tour because 
people are like 'wow, she's a dork and she's 
making a fool of herself,' but it's fun and shows 
the atmosphere of the U of A." 

Showing that atmosphere is what the 
Arizona Ambassadors are all about. Created 
in the 1970s with the goal of recniiting future 
students, the 70 ambassadors volunteer their 
free time to organize events for possible future 
students. They annually organize Outstand- 
ing Juniors Day to introduce those high school 
juniors who were at the top of their class to the 
UA. They also hold Class Cats and UA 101, in- 
formation sessions for high school students and 
their parents who are interested in learning more 
about the university. Ambassadors even hold 
receptions in Phoenix so students there can learn 
about the University of Arizona, without making 
the trip south. 

Campus tours were the most popular events 
organized by Arizona Ambassadors this year, and 
they really put their energy into them to make 
future students feel welcome. Journalism and 
creative writing senior Marc Viscardi said it's 
important for both potential students and parents 
to explore the university. 

"I'd say that no decision is quite fully in- 
formed without a visit to campus. There is a deep 
feeling you get when you visit colleges. Deep 
down inside, you can either see yourself mak- 
ing the environment a part of your life or not," 
Viscardi said. "My role is to help facilitate that 



realization ... I'm glad to be there to honestly 
share my experiences and help students get a 
feel for what might suit them best. To me, it is all 
about helping people discover where they fit." 

Adam Lehrer. a junior at Sandwich High 
School in Cape Cod, Mass. felt that connection 
after taking a tour given by Tubbs and Neda 
Beik. Arizona Ambassadors' vice president and 
a molecular and cellular biology senior. Lehrer 
thought the tour was the best out of the three 
previous ones he had taken and especially liked 
the fact that he was able to go inside the dorms. 
Lehrer 's dad, Charles Lehrer, had nothing 
but good things to say about the tour and tour 
guides. 

"What I liked about the tour was that it's a 
very large school and it has a small school feel," 
he said. "The girls that presented it, that did it, 
did a great job. They were very knowledgeable 
of the school, very elite, and excited about going 
to school here, so it got us excited." 

Ambassadors are now getting paid to share 
that excitement. The club moved from being 
student volunteers to actual Office of Admissions 
employees in fall of 2004. Although ambas.sa- 
dors are now employees, they continue to keep 
club status so they can organize social events in 
addition to recruiting events. President Kristen 
Clem, a geography and regional development se- 
nior, thought the employee status didn't change 
much about ambassadors who simply did what 
they did because they loved the university. 

Ambassadors may have been the most visible 
recruiters on campus but they weren't the only 
students who shared their love of the UA with 
others. Junior Wildcat Recruiters and Minor- 
ity Student Recruitment are two more branches 
within the Office of Admissions. 

Junior Wildcat Recruiters spent time talking 
with middle school students about attending col- 
lege. President Edith Rahimian, a business man- 
agement and political science senior, said, "The 
basic mission of our group is to go into middle 
school classes, usually the eighth grade classes, 
and just raise awareness about college. There's a 
lot of myths out there of who can and can't go to 
college; we just want to make sure that everyone 



knows that if they want, they can go to college." 
Rahimian said Junior Wildcat Recniiters go 
to Tucson middle schools, considered to be from 
a lower social-economic background, in order to 
reach out to those students who might not have 
gotten exposure to college or had given thought 
to it. She said the recruiters understand that 
teachers don't have the time to deviate from the 
set curriculum, and therefore found it valuable to 
have college students go into the classrooms and 
talk individually with the students. 

Minority Student Recruiters visit the high 
schools of lower economic 
backgrounds and encour- 
aged students to think about 
college, warning them that 
they needed to take the right : 
classes in high school in 
order to apply for college. 
Outside of the visits, the 
recruiters also call students 
to talk to them one-on-one "^ 

over the phone about future 
plans. 

All three organizations 
are composed of students 
who truly love the UA and 
work hard to bring more 
students to campus. Although 
most UA students didn't get 
see the Junior Wildcat Re- 
cruiters and Minority Student 
Recruitment members in 
action, ambassadors could 
always be seen wearing their 
polos and leading a group of 
20 to 25 people around. 

"Ambassadors is the per- 
fect way to combine a love 
for UA and a desire to give 
back to the community," Vis- 
cardi said. "This is one of the 
most effective and rewarding 
ways to spend your time on 
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a by Lauren Miller 
ny carnival can have a 
towering Ferris wheel or 
stomach-churning rides. But 
what makes the University of 
Arizona's annual Spring Fling 
stand out is the clubs that bring 
Wildcat spirit to the grounds and 
provide the Tucson community 
with their fill of candy apples, 
roasted corn, and fry bread. 

With booths as colorful as 
the carnival rides, more than 
twenty UA clubs lined up to sell 
food and promote their club at 
the 2005 Spring Fling. Carni- 
val goers could choose from a 
worldwide variety of food while 
checking out everything from 
henna art, thanks to the National 
Association for India's Devel- 
opment, to medieval swords 
wielded by the College of Me- 
dieval Arts and Combat. Even 
the Arizona Student Recycling 
Association offered raffle tickets 
and prizes to those who stopped 
by to have their papers and plas- 
tics properly disposed of 

"After a long week of school, 
it's nice that today my only 



decision is whether to get a 
chocolate dipped banana or fun 
nel cakes," said Jaime Zupko, a 
veterinary science sophomore. 
"I feel like a kid at Spring Flinj 
it's such a fun time. Plus, watcl 
ing powdered sugar fly off the 
funnel cakes was the closest 
thing I've seen to it snowing in 
Tucson," she said. 

One of the most popular 
booths was the Society of Auto 
motive Engineers (SAE), who 
could hardly keep up with the 
demand for their roasted corn. 
Standing next to the engineers' 
formula one racer, customers 
lined up to enjoy what Gary 
Tang called "the healthiest food 
out here." 

Tang, an aerospace and 
mechanical engineering junior, 
said that their booth had been 
awarded the 2005 Best Food 
prize, an honor that the club had 
won multiple times. "We don't 
mess with the formula, and 
it worked this year," he said. 
"People like us because we add 
to the carnival atmosphere and 
we're something that kids and 



UA students and Tucson 
residents enjoy the larg- 
est student-run carnival 
n the country, Spring 
Fling, at Rillito Downs. 
The annual event raises 
money for student clubs 
on campus. 




adults alike enjoy." 

Students in oversized banana costumes and 
even a slice off pizza walked the grounds trying 
to entice visitors to their booths. "Pizza's as 
good as com," exclaimed an unidentified pizza 
slice, trying to entice visitors to the Papa John's 
pies at Sigma Pi and Kappa Alpha Theta's 
booth. 

The Spring Fling booths served the dual 
purpose of raising funds and raising awareness. 
Tang said that his SAE had raised over SI 300 
in just three days, money that would go towards 
and end of the year "thank you" for the com- 
munity. Down the line, the Students for Organ- 
Donation served up root beer floats in the hopes 
that more students and community members 
would sign up to be donors. 

"I've had a couple family members come 
up to our booth and talk to us about how organ 
donation changed their lives. It's nice to hear 
success stories." said Robert Kaufman, a bio- 
chemistry and molecular biophysics junior. 

Four days of hard work and paint went 
into MEChA's elaborate tikki-themed booth. 
Complete with palm trees and parrots, the club 
served traditional Mexican treats in hopes to 
raise money for their annual youth conference. 
The food may not have been as familiar as 
candy apples or corn dogs, but samples drew 
curious attendees in. Hector Rivera, a politi- 
cal science junior, was happy to show off their 
popular Raspados, a shaved ice and cream 
dessert made with fresh fruit and sweetened 
condensed milk. 

"It's a really fun time," Rivera said of work- 
ing Spring Fling. "I like yelling and harassing 
people to tiy and get them to stop by." 

"It's like the UA atmosphere, all the clubs 
here are so friendly and helpful." Rivera said. 
"If some one runs out of something like alumi- 
num foil or plates, or you need a stapler be- 
cause your tarp is blowing away, another club is 
always there to help out." 



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for the band Bark Bark Bark, performs 
at this years Spring Fling at the Rillito 
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Ik- party begins Thursday 

aroLind 10 p.m. 

We walk into the room, 

greeted by the smell of beer 
and stale eigareltes. Rap and hip-hop beats 
pulsate against the walls, clashing with 
the drunken laughter and conversation of 
college students. Baby-stepping through 
the crowd. 1 give smiles and hugs to the 
people I recognize - slowly making my 
way for the keg that's being chilled by 
rocks of ice in the bathroom tub. 

We get in line behind a group of girls 
wearing cutoff skirts, ripped jeans and 
Uggs. all crowding around the keg. hold- 
ing out plastic red cups waiting to be tilled 
with High life. Once oin- cups are filled, 
we make way for the liviim room twist- 



ing and turning through the crowd toward 
the sound ol' bouncing ping-pong balls. 
The table is made out of an old door 
that was taken off its hinges by the group 
of guvs renlinu the place. It's decorated 



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with spray paint and the scribbled auto- 
graphs of anyone and everyone who ever 
had a victory at the table. 

1 can't help but laugh at the cheers and 
banters that come from the crowd waiting 
to play slapping hands with the duo that 
is sinking balls into cups like it's their job 
- saying. "That's how we roll." and "Ya 
know how we do!" 

Looking at my friends, we smile and 
walk to the torn signup list that is taped up 
on the cement wall. It will be at least an 
hour before we play. 

Beer-pong, or Beirut to northeast 
players, is a must among drinking games. 
When you're in college and it's a Thurs- 
day night, the best way to let go and 
celebrate the almost-weekend is with the 
competitive "sport" played by college 
students nationwide. 

Two hours pass and it's finally our 
turn. Wasted and with blurry vision, my 
friend and I stand behind the wooden line 
and dunk our two ping-pong balls into the 



designated "clean" water cup. 

"All right girl you can do it. you've 
got this." my friend cheers. "Sink it!" 

Launching the ball forward, it nips the 
rim of the top cup and bounces otTto the 
floor below. And so the game begins. 

Our opponents are two sophomore 
guys wearing polo shirts with the collars 
flipped up. They are bragging about the 
three shots they sunk in a row. While we 
chug down the half-filled cups, both of our 
hands are below our mouths attempting 
to catch the .stream of beer that dribbled 
olTour chins. Lucky shooter on the other 
team misses his shot, and now the ball is 
on our side again. 

Unable to keep a straight face, I stand 
there intoxicated and laughing, wonder- 
ing how 1 can strategically make the next 
shot. Springing the ball a little lighter this 
time. I revel in the .sound of plastic swirl- 
ing around plastic and the final "plop" 
that follows the ball as it splashed into the 
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Fortunately for me that night, being able to blow the ball out while it was 
in the cup was against the rules. Then, in an unbelievable display of a come- 
back, my friend and 1 put our game fitces on and sink three shots in a row. 

"Yeah, what!'.'" we scream, pointing at the other team, slapping hands with 
each other while enjoying our unexpected luck. 

But they didn't think it was quite as funny this time. Rolling their eyes, 
the California boys wearing rainbow sandals glare at their opponents: two 
east coast girls from New York and New .Jersey wearing Birkenstocks and 
obnoxious grins. 

But like most of the drinking games 1 play, we spoke too soon. 

With vengeance 

they came back at , 

us with full force 
and beat us within 
minutes. Our luck ran 
out. and we air-balled 
almost every shot we 
took, cringing our 
faces as we cursed 
and giggled at our 
lack of beer-pong 
ability. Holding our 
breath, hoping the 
final shooter would 
miss the lone-stand- 
ing cup, we fell silent 
as he threw the ball 
into the air. 

Plop. And that's 
the game. 

The boys stood 
there triumphant, 
puffing out their ' 

chests yelling, "That's 
right! Who's next?!" 
as they placed their '• 
filled cups in front of 
us. "Drink up ladies, 
drink up." ' 

Like champs, 
we chug down the 
remainder of beer and 
stagger away from the 
table. Feeling good I 

and fuzzy, we peer 
around the room and 
wonder what same 
we should play next. 
Circles of people are 
sectioned off around 
the apartment, playing 
quarters or playing 'J 

kings, drinking Jenga 
and high or low. 

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makes the college 
party. Sure, the music 
needs to be good and » » 
the keg needs to be 
pumping, but combin- 
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he Saturday graduation ceremony was 
complete. The late nights of writing 
papers, the cramming before a test and 
the dread of getting up for an 8 a.m. 
class were ail over. The four (or more) years spent 
on the UA campus had come to an end, leaving 
seniors wondering about the possibilities of life 
after graduation. 

Landing a great job is what's expected of 
graduates. However, with the growth of com- 
petition in the work force, it's more and more 
common for students to continue their education. 
For Elizabeth Schneider, a chemical engineering 
senior, deciding to attend graduate school was a 
matter of becoming more prepared for the real 
world. 

"I was kind of contemplating this year as to 
whether I wanted to do it," Schneider said. "But 
1 really enjoy the university environment, and I 
don't want to go into the work force just yet. I 
want to still be a student." 

While students like Schneider are jumping 
right into graduate school, others are taking some 
time off to gain valuable real world experiences. 
Political science and sociology senior Amy 
Hermalik decided to defer her acceptance to law 
school and instead moved to California. There, 
she teaches in an elementary school through a 
program called Teach for America. This program 
allows seniors of all majors to dedicate two years 
of their life to bettering communities around the 
United States by teaching young children. Herma- 
lik believed the opportunity will give her the skills 
needed to be successful in life. 

"Teach for America offers me the opportunity 
to make a real and immediate 
difference in the world right after graduation," 
Hermalik said. "It will be challenging and reward- 
ing. It will give me valuable connections to other 
like-minded, talented people. And, it will give 
mc first hand experience with the problems our 



nation's school systems face and the problems of 
low-income communities." 

Although some students have post-graduation 
plans, others are left still wondering about their 
fate. Kristall Lauterbach, a visual communica- 
tions senior, had not quite figured out the route 
right for her when graduation came around. 
Interested in an advertising-oriented career, 
Lauterbach decided to move back to northern 
Virginia with her family to start a job search in 
the Washington, D.C., area. Being a person to 
always take charge, Lauterbach was a little ap- 
prehensive about her no-plan future, but overall 
is still excited about it. 

"The greatest thing about graduating is 
knowing that I made it through college and now 
have a degree," Lauterbach said. "It is scary not 
knowing what 1 will be doing once I get home. 
But that is exciting because I can go, be, or do 
anything and anywhere. This is one of those 
times when anything is possible." 

Whether it's attending graduate school or 
jumping into the work force, graduates do what 
they think is best for them. While each live dif- 
ferent experiences, they all came to share one 
thing in common - their excitement for a new 
life and the sadness of leaving the one they had 
known for more than four years. 

"It's sad (leaving), but also very exciting," 
Hermalik said. "I'll miss my friends and the 
great people I've had the opportunity to get to 
know, but I'm excited about what's in store for 
the future." 

As they depart the UA campus, graduates 
have nothing but great memories to look back 
upon as well as words of advice for those who 
will continue to live their college experience. 

"Don't be afraid to be friendly and get 
involved," Schneider said. "Ultimately a com- 
munity ends up building around you. You don't 
necessarily find it yourself; you have to some- 
times create it around you or just go look for it." 



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Michele Mozdzen, bio c 
molecular and cellular biology 
and German sophomore prepares 
for a career as an attorney. With 
many different specialties and 
skills acquired at the UA, recent 
graduates head out into fields of 
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utter Parsons docs not 
, look like a cowboy. The 
business senior moves 
across campus without 
the stereotypical Stetson and is more 
likely to scroll through his cell phone 
than snap a lasso. But after classes 
are done, instead of reluming to an 
oft-eampus aparlment, he makes the 
half-hour trip home to Marana. to 
a 25-acrc ranch and 18 horses. And 
on any given weekend, he trades his 
UA baseball hat and flip-flops for a 
mandatory cowboy hat and a sturdy 
pair of boots, where he holds his own 
against competition and .^00 pound 
calves in rodeos across the country. 

"It's really fun. because if you 
saw me in the mall or on campus, 
you wouldn't think 1 was a cowboy." 
Parsons said. "Uut when I'm doing 
rodeo, 1 get all into it." 

With the Tucson Rodeo, or 
"Fiesta de los Vaqueros," as one of 
the primer winter rodeos and the lin- 
gering legacy of the old west, these 
"horse people" carried on one of 
Arizona's richest traditions. Parsons 
is one of a handful of UA students 
who balance their college lives with 
their love for rodeoing. 

"I've lived in Tucson my whole 
life, and ever since I started riding 
I said I'd go to the Tucson Rodeo 
someday," said Kendall Prall, a pre- 
business sophomore. "It was crazy 
when I got up in the first perfor- 
mance and qualified to go to the 
second. Kveryone was cheering for 
me because I was from Tucson." 

While most students could only 
dream of owning a horse, these 
students were born into the rodeo 
life. Parsons, the youngest of an ex- 
' " ' ' ' ing family said that his 



father and half-brothers have 
competed professionally. Once 
a former gymnast, he has been 
competing since he was 12. 
"My brothers were born 
into it and did it all the time, 
but I fell like it was pushed 
upon me," he .said. "That's kind 
of why 1 did gymnastics. Then 
all of sudden I started to enjoy 
it (rodeoing). I don't know 



what happened or why but it : ^ 
just clicked." 

Parson has eompeled in 
rodeos across the country, plac- 
ing high in his events of steer 
wrestling and calf-lying, and 
gaining national attention. 

"The rodeo environment is 
very laid-back and friendly." 
he said. "But when you're on 
your horse in a competition, 
there's such an intense rush. 
It's amazinj " 

The thrill of competitions 
and the adrenaline of the moment are 
the biggest draws of rodeoing. But all 
the contestants described the feeling 
of attending the huge rodeos in states 
across the country with talent from 
across the world as tantalizing. 

Parsons described. "The one 
thing you notice when you go in 
there is how huge (the arena) is. 
There's always the fresh smell of dirt 
that catches my mind." 

"it's amazing, the competitions," 
said Heather Raftery, a journalism 
sophomore. "It's the one place that 
I'd love to be any day of my life, any 
minute." 

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ting trainer and lives on the historical 
Canoa Ranch in Green Valley, where 
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of "cutting", an 80-year-old tradi- 
tion that grew out of the cowboys' 
technique for separating sick or 
injured cattle from the rest of the 
herd. She spent three years a reigning 
Arizona Cutting Horse champion and 
qualified multiple times for the world 
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Despite their love for their 
hor.ses and their sport, none of these 



stereotypes. 

"Most people think we drive 
trucks, wear cowboy hats, buckles 
and boots. Sure when we go to the 
rodeos we have our duds on. But if 
you saw me in the mall, you'd have 
no idea I rode horse" Prall said. 
"Yeah I like country music, but I also 
love classic rock. I listen to AC/DC 
all the time when I'm riding." 

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rodeo events, all agreed they had to keep rodeo separate from 
school. 

"When 1 came to U of A 1 kind of put everything aside," 
Parsons said. "Roping used to take priority but now it's school. 
Get school and homework done and if there's time 1 practice or 
got to rodeos. There's other things I'd like to do... I'd like to 
learn to play the piano someday. But right now it's just school 
and rodeo." 

"When I'm here 1 focus on my school work," Raftery said. 
"Of course, thoughts of cutting always infiltrate. But you have to 
worry about one thing at a time. It's all about time management." 

Raftery said there were other adjustments moving from 
her life on the sprawling Canoa ranch to a shared room in the 
stadium dorms. 

"I've lived on a ranch my whole life and my closest neigh- 
bors were always three miles away," she explained. "But here 
everyone is nearby and stays up and loud until 1 a.m. There's 
some nights when I just have a pillow over my head and want to 



go home to get a good night's sleep." 

However, while college took priority for the time being, 
rodeoing still held an important place in these students' future 
plans. 

Parsons wanted to eventually open a business with his father. 
But he said that he hoped to take a year off after he graduated 
from college to rodeo professionally and "go to as many rodeos 
as I possibly can." 

Vines was taking classes in agriculture management. "The 
classes we're taking are like regular business classes, but more 
geared towards running a farm or a stable. Rodeo's been such a 
big part of my life that I just want to keep close to it." 

Raftery would continue to perch with one foot in the saddle 
and one in the classroom. "This summer I've been running and 
working out, I've been focusing more. If I had not been good in 
school, 1 would have stayed with the horses and done that. That's 
where I feel 1 really belong and that's always going to be part of 
my life." 




Cutter Parsons on Calf Roping and Steer 
Wrestling: 

"Calf roping is based off of when (the 
ranchers) had to brand cattle. You have a 
calf weighing 200 to 300 pounds who you 
let get a start on you so they have a fair 
advantage." The rider then chases the 
calf and lassos it, throws it to the ground 
and ties it with a seven foot rope, called 
a string. 

"You have a partner in this one and 
the horses are in two different sides in 
chutes. The steer is released out the 
middle and the other person has to keep 
the steer in a certain position (called 
hazing) so that you can get down on 
their back and bring the steer to a stop to 



Rodeos with: Interiialional Professional Rodeo As- 
sociation, Turquoise Circuit 




Below: UA business senior Cutter Parsons 
competes in Steer Wrestling in the 81^' an- 
nual Tucson Rodeo, making it to the final 
round on Sunday, February 27. 



entertain us ..^ 



^ ^K by Altaira Citron 
\K With the closing of the 2004-2005 
WV season, VAprexents celebrated its 10- 
^" year anniversary as an icon of campus 
life at the UA. Behind the elegant doors of 
Centennial Hall, students enjoyed entertainment 
from around the world, including everyone's 
favorite: Broadway shows. 

As a matter of fact, it seems rather im- 



the show. With only three weeks preparation, the 
event enticed more than 80 participants into the 
"Hairspray" mood. 

"I was dreaming up an event like this 
all summer," Siegel said. "So I approached the 
marketing department, and everyone told me to 
run with the idea." Originally from California, 
Siegel said she has learned the Tucson market 
and seen what an underutilized benefit VApre- 



possible to imagine that anyone hasn't attended a sents is to campus. 



show, school performance or concert sponsored 
by VApresents. which happens to be one of the 
top performing arts organizations in the western 
United States. 

The 2004-2005 season was especially 
impressive, encompassing a diverse line-up of 
musicians, actors, vocalists and dancers who 
reflect the diverse population and interests of the 
UA and greater Tucson community. By offering 
a balance between popular and contemporary 
performance art. the organization was able to 
draw in crowds of all ages and ethnicities. 

This year also held an added bonus 
for students: To ensure that more of us could 



enjoy these performances, 
MApresenIs decided to | 

go beyond the normal 20 : 
percent discount to al- I 

low full-time students to . 
charge show tickets to their | 
bursar's account. 

"We want to make 
it easier for everyone to 
enjoy the benefits of hav- 
ing a theater like this on . 
campus," Centennial Hall 
house manager Staci Santa 
said. 

And to draw 
in groups from around 
campus, the organiza- 
tion also offered special 
discount tickets to groups 
of 10 or more, bringing i^ 
the crowds for Broadway ' ' 

shows like "Hairspray." '^^^^- Peking Acrobats , 

in February, and Cookni i 
Members of the Alpha Centennial Hall hosts niai 

Epsilon Pi sorority made way acts. 

a girl's night out of one of 

the "Hairspray" showings, by having a themed 

spa beauty night. 

Journalism senior and Alpha Epsilon 
Pi member Alison Siegel organized the event as 
part of her marketing internship for VApresents. 
Her idea to pair up a show with a gathering at a 
local business came to life when she arranged 
a promotion for Spirit Salon and Day Spa that 
would provide them with university exposure 
and potential new clients through free advertis- 
ing linked to the show. 

In return, the salon staff of 1 1 set up 
at the sorority house to give free makeovers, 
hairdos, waxing, manicures and massages before 




Above: Peking Acrobats perfomied at Centennial Hall 
in February, and Cookin' (far right) visited in March. 
Centennial Hall hosts many Broadway and oflf-Broad- 



"So many people are upset that they 
can't afford to pay for shows, but we're proud to 
bring them the arts, so we do what we can to get 
everyone involved," she said. 

By helping local businesses and promoting 
group theater sales, Siegel showed the organiza- 
tion's passion for helping the community. 

Anthea Scouffas, director of the com- 
munity engagement program, said the caliber 
of talent showcased at Centennial Hall rep- 
resents the front line of performance art. She 
emphasized that many universities do have arts 
programs, but don't push boundaries like UA- 
presents does. 

"We seek to educate 
our students and the public 
to explore the performing 
arts in new ways," Scouf- 
fas said. "Performing arts 
g are all about bringing in 
W the stuff that no one has 
I seen yet." 

And aside from 
the invaluable benefits 
of having such entertain- 
ment right on campus, the 
organization provides a 
host of jobs and leadership 
opportunities to students 
' I as well. Between the 15 

I student ticket sellers, 45 
5 stage hands, five ush- 
¥ ers, two "artist relations" 
I representatives and four 
vi^i-v2-,«'j^-i- assistant house managers, 
omied at Centennial Hall (he Strength of the organi- 

right) visited in March. - •, t-r ^ n 

iroadway and off-Broad- nation S efforts define ItS 

role in campus life. 
Mechanical en- 
gineering senior Scott Barker has worked at 
Centennial Hall since 2001 as a box office rep 
and says that it is the perfect student job. 

"They're so flexible with your schedule, and 
I can do homework when it's slow, i also get to 
meet a lot of people - students and other Tucso- 
nans - different types of people for the different 
shows," Barker said. 

Similarly, media arts senior Ethan Tussey 
responded to an ad he saw in the Daily Wildcat 
four years ago for an usher position, and having 
imagined catching a show or two during shifts, 
he applied. Since then he has assumed the role 
of assistant house manager, assisting customers 



directly with their requests and 
complaints, occasionally returning 
to his duties as a "glorified usher." 

Fellow assistant house man- 
ager and junior majoring in Eng- 
lish Samantha Scaife wanted a job 
on campus and had a good friend 
who was applying to ViApresents, v^t 
so she went along for an inter- M 
view. When the organization be- ra| 
gan to downsize their usher staff M 
due to budget cuts, Scaife stepped fl 
forward inquiring how she could 
contribute. In order to help save 
the company money, she reached 
out to the student population for 
volunteer ushers and formed the 
VApresents Student Association 
in September 2003. 

"Our goal was to raise aware- 
ness of the quality of the programs 
right here on campus - especially ; 

the Broadway shows," she said. 

The association had 40 
members this year, all volunteer- 
ing their time to promote shows § 
by handing out flyers and baked ^ 
goods, raffling tickets and plan- i 
ning other fundraisers. 

And yet another highlight ~ 

of working in the front of the -^ 

house at Centennial Hall is the ; 
opportunity to meet the perform- 
ers and see a side of them that 
is not shown on stage. Journalism and creative 
writing senior Mark Viscardi's job was to pick 
up performers from the airport, transport them 
back and forth between shows, anc 
that they were comfortable during their stay in 
Tucson. 

"I wanted to drive celebrities around - that' 
why I initially applied for the job," he said. 
"And I still get very star struck until I talk with 
them and realize that they're just normal peopU 
with extraordinary talents. They're always vei>j 
nice and happy to be here in Tucson." ( 

This tight-nit team operated much like thcit 
behind-the-scenes counterpart: the stage crew. 
Supervised by technical director Matt Boucharj 
who purports that "stage hands are the peons o| 
the theater," the technical crew was responsibl< 
for setting up and taking down every single 
show. From the average eight-hour "pre-hang" 
process of securing chains, poles, curtains, ligl 
and wires (which VApresents provides as a 
courtesy to its performers), to coordinating wit 
the production crews that accompany Broadwa 
shows, this crew was the backbone of the mag- 
nificence of Centennial Hall performances. 

Bouchard supervises a student crew of 45 
who rotate between the light and sound booth 
and backstage set-up positions. 

"I hire students who have an interest in 



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Some of the musical acts that graced 
Centennial Hall's stage included.... 

The classical sounds of the China and Mos- 
cow Philharmonic Orchestras 
^rld rhythms including the Women Master- 

mmers of Guinea 

jque festival music performed by the UA 
School of Music's Arizona Choir and Sym- 
phony Orchestra 

Voces Latinas, featuring the passionate vocals 
ll Lila Downs and Tania Libertad 

; and blues artists Nnenna Freelon & the 

nt Basic Orchestra 

. evolutionary chamber music of the Kro- 

Quartet. 



Ballet, modern, flamenco, Mexican 
contemporary and acrobatic dance 
companies dazzled Tucson audienc- 
es with dynamic displays of dance 
culture, with groups such as... 

The Beijing Modern Dance Company 
The Miami City Ballet 
Pilobolus Dance Theater 









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Aurora Higginson/Desert Yearbook 





theater and show 
nthusiasm about 
[learning, without be- 
ing afraid of getting 
their hands dirty," 
tie said. 

His employees 
appreciated the fun 
and relaxed atmo- 
sphere, as well as the opportunities they had 
":o train in the various areas of stage work 
hrough group classes held during the slow 
parts of the season. 

Sophomore Andy Malanowski put his 
architectural studies to good use at his job 
l^ackstage through hands-on building of 
lets, while Danny Jensen, a music educa- 
ion sophomore, valued his job as a learning 
:xperience and exposure to the essence of 
lerformance theater. 

With a technical crew that strives for 
;xcellence at every show and a service staff 
hat dedicates itself to the comfort of its 
kuests, the UApresents staff delivers an all- 
iround intimate performing arts experience. 

"Coming to a show here is a great way 
immerse yourself in Tucson culture," said 
^imal Popat, a management information 
■ystems senior from Phoenix who frequently 



attended Centennial Hall shows throughout 
his time at the UA. "People here are very 
casual, but they take the opportunity to dress 
up for these shows - it's fun. My friends and 
I like to act sophisticated and go out for cof- 
fee beforehand to make an event of it." 

"They should definitely try to advertise 
more to students because there's a huge 
variety of programming that they miss out 
on," Popat added. 

While students are justly distracted by 
classes, exams, extracurricular activities, 
and the occasional party, how many cam- 
puses offer shows from every comer of the 
world on the corner of your street? 

Hopefully with the continued enthusiasm 
of its staff, student association, and loyal 
patrons, UApresents will be able to grow 
even further as an icon of university culture 
for generations of Wildcats to come. 



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And the category that was perhaps 
most appreciated in Tucson: Theater. 
This year's program encompassed 
ground-breaking avant-garde theater 
works like... 

"By The Hand of The Father" 
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erhaps, at first glance, Tucson does not strike as a particularly interes 
ing or entertaining place, outside the University campus come on, 
, It's Arizona! I lowever, what is ol'ten taken for granted is often actuall 
unique and beautiful it just takes a few days or months away from h( ■ 
.to realize it. There are places to go and all of them with a charm that is har 
to match, and, as it turns out, a history to be envied. 

Take, for example, the 'A" Mountain. The University of Arizona Website h I 
this to say about one of UA's most beloved landmarks. Formerly known as th( 
Sentinel Peak, the mountain took up its current image in 1916. It was after an 




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[jizona football victory over Pomona College on Thanksgiving Day, Novem- 
6, 1914, that the students really got the idea of building the "A" on Sentinel 
ak, west of Tucson. History tells us that a one of the team members managed 
et a professor of his to count the survey of the peak for a good "A"-spot as 
: a class assignment, and the project took off. Students worked every Satur- 
on building the 70 feet wide and 160 feet long "A", and finally on March 
1916 the "A" was whitewashed and completed. From that point on, no one 
lied it Sentinel Peak, but rather the "A" Mountain, as we know it now. 
; "A" Mountain really serves as the ultimate expression of school pride 
from the very history of its building it has always been somewhat of an 
nspiration. Nowadays the tradition of painting the "A" different colors (for 
Patrick's Day, the "A" is painted green, and so on and so forth) continues 
almost ninety year old passing of the torch of school pride. Every year the 
Students, usually freshmen, go up to the mountain and re-paint it into UA col- 
, something that has become a kind of rivalry with the ASU students, who 
nanage to paint the "A" in their colors every now and again. 

If the "A" Mountain is a tad too long of a drive, there are historic places 
ploser to campus - in the cozy Tucson Downtown area, for instance. Hotel 
Congress presents itself as a major historic site. According to Hotel Congress, 
hotel served the railroad passengers of the Southern Pacific line. On Janu- 
22, 1934, however, the Hotel forever made its way into history as some- 
hing other than just a nice hotel. A fire in the Hotel that day ended up leading 
the capture of one of the country's most wanted criminals - John Dillinger, 
vho came to Tucson with his gang to lay low and stayed in the hotel under an 
ilias. Upon escaping the fire, the gang sent two firemen for their luggage and 
it later turned out it contained a stash of weapons and over $20K in cash, 
le firemen later recognized the gang in a magazine and reported to the police. 
rhe criminals were captured at a nearby location by the Tucson Police, hence 
;aining a certain fame for the authorities of a then small city. Legend has it, 
vhen arrested, Dillinger's words were, "Well, I'll be damned" - he definitely 
|lidn't seem to expect to be captured in a city like Tucson. 

Not every historic place close to campus, of course, has to do with crimi- 
|ials and fires. One of the favorite "hang out" spots for the students, especially 

more "artsy" type is the 4"' Avenue. With over 100 various shops and its 
[iwn Merchants Association, 4"" Avenue provides an interesting attraction any 
ime. Whether it is vintage clothes, trolley rides, custom made furniture that 
ine is interested in, 4"' Avenue has it. It seems as if no matter how bad one's 
[lay may be, just going over there makes it better, for the surrounding environ- 
ment of "fabulous freaks" inevitably cheers one up. The 4"" Avenue also hosts 
1*0 Street Fairs a year - in the fall and in spring. For the time that one is there, 
feels like he/she is in a different country - the diversity of both the products 



and the people there is truly striking. A Creative Writing and Wildlife 
soon-to-be-junior and an employee of a popular shop "Hippie Gypsy", 
Craig Baker said, about his experience of working on 4"' "I really like 
it here. I get to meet all sorts of cool crazy people around." In truth, 
it seems like Craig nailed it. (Facts Source: 4"' Avenue Merchants As- 
sociation) 

Just one trolley stop away. Main Gate Square lures students away 
from campus with a wide variety of stores and restaurants. Established 
in 1 930, Main Gate was founded by Louise Foucar Marshall, the first 
female professor at the UA, and her husband, Thomas Marshall. They 
also founded the Marshall Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation that 
still manages and owns Main Gate Square. Each year, the Marshall 
Foundation uses funds from property leases and investments to provide 
scholarships to the university, Pima Community College, and the Tuc- 
son community. 

"I like the atmosphere," said geosciences sophomore Aly Bhirdo. "I 
especially like this courtyard (Geronimo Square courtyard). It's quiet 
and a nice place to hang out when you've got a couple minutes." 

When the bustling city is too much for students, Sabino Canyon is a 
popular getaway. 

"Seven Falls at Sabino Canyon is an incredible sight of desert 
beauty. When the falls are running, it's an escape from the norm of 
what you would expect of dry arid Tucson. It's a great place to go for a 
hike or just to relax," said retailing and consumer sciences sophomore 
Christina Wang. 

Tucked away on the northeast side of Tucson is Sabino Canyon, 
one of the city's most popular recreational areas for hiking and picnick- 
ing. Sabino Canyon is frequented by tourists and locals and reminds 
people of the gorgeous desert landscape surrounding Tucson, but can 
be hard to find amidst the traffic jams and constant road construction. 
The park is open year round and has a S5 parking fee. During the warm 
months, it's best to visit the park in the early morning or early evening. 

-Carrie Bui 




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he 2005 University of Arizona Relay 
For Life took place on April 2 and 
- 3, at the Arizona School for the Deaf 
and the Blind. The all-night event drew 
more than 400 participants who had a 
team member walking or running the track 
during the entire 15 hour span. Overall, 
the teams raised more than $65,000 for the 
American Cancer Society. 

Julie McColtom, an accounting junior 
and cancer survivor, recalls her experience 
at the event. 






student and other Tucson residents 
gathered at the Arizona School for the 
Deaf and the Blind on April 2nd and 3rd 
for Relay For Life, an all night walk/run to 
raise money for the Arizona Cancer Society. 



for life 



The 2005 Relay For Life at the Univer- 
sity of Arizona was a fun and prosperous 
event, but more importantly it was suc- 
cessful in raising thousands of dollars to be 
donated to the American Cancer Society 
for cancer research and patient services. 

The Relay For Life is an all-night 
cancer walk/run which is held in many 
states around the nation as well as in many 
countries around the world. The founding 
idea is that cancer never sleeps, so for one 
night neither will the participants of this 
profound event. 

To kick off the event, cancer survivors 
gathered at the starting line and took their 
first memorable lap of Relay For Life. This 
lap is walked only by survivors to com- 
memorate the battle they have ensued and 
to honor them as the focus of the entire 
event. 

During opening ceremonies, everyone 
was welcomed to the event and graciously 
thanked for their help in significantly 
reducing the number of deaths from cancer 
by the year 2015. 

I spoke at the ceremony, and told of my 
battle as a young child with cancer. I noted 
that "cancer doesn't happen to individuals, 
it happens to families." It was an emotional 
and quiet opening, as all participants stood 
silently to listen to my story. 

The laps following were taken to honor 
loved ones lost to the disease, and at 1 
p.m. this year, participants lined them- 
selves around the track to each light a 
luminaria bag in honor of the memory 
of someone who fought cancer. It was 
an emotional ceremony as the flame was 
transfeiTed from person to person in order 
to light all of the candles. Names of those 
honored were projected on a screen near 
the front stage as people walked the next 
few laps with only the light of the candles 
and that of the screen. 

Throughout the night there were many 
fun-filled special events to keep everyone 
awake. This year there was a DJ playing all 
night long, and several local bands made 



appearances for a "Battle of the Bands." 
Around 3 a.m. there was a "Miss Relay" 
contest in which male participants dressec 
up in drag to compete for the sought-after 
title. Early in the morning there was also 
a dodge ball tournament as well as milk- 
chugging and pie-eating contests. 

After some free breakfast and a couple 
laps to wake up, participants all gathered 
at the front stages for closing ceremonies 
where the event total was announced, as 
well as top fundraising teams and indi- 
viduals. The Psychology and Friends tear 
"Crazy for a Cure" was the top fundraisin 
team, donating $6,930 to the cause. 

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at the starting line one last time to take oi 
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"Presence:Reflection" - Mary Meyer, a sculpture graduate 
student, installs "Presence: Reflection" in the University 
of Arizona Museum of Art alongside fourteen MFA students 
who graduated in May for their Thesis Exhibition. 





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by Melissa Taylor 
ny student who attended freshman 
orientation probably remembers being 
asked to choose a major prior to attending 
orientation. While most had some vague idea 
of their future profession, some students felt 
as though they might as well have pulled a 
number from a hat to choose their major for 
the time being. 

Hundreds of students change their major at 
least once during their undergraduate years. 
Often students will change their focus and 
stay within the same general area; however, 
then there are students that choose the farthest 
possible major from what they were studying. 

Students like Kelli Dickinson, a media 
arts junior, decide its time for a change and 
strive to find something to make school fun 
again. Originally a biology major, Dickin- 
son explains that, "I was not happy 
with the way things were going. 
My grades were dropping, I was 
dreading classes and not enjoy- 
ing school". 

During Dickinson's first 
year at UA she became 
involved with UATV 
which opened her 
eyes to the diverse 
majors offered. 
"If I hadn't 
decided to 
come back 
home to 
Arizona and 
go to Tucson, I 
never would have 
found this major," she 
explained. "It wasn't of- 
fered at my previous col- 
lege. I would probably 
still be a biology major 
hating school' 




While it can be a struggle to change ma- 
jors, especially when nothing beyond your 
general education courses will count towards 
the new major, there are people on campus 
specifically to help you find something you 
will enjoy studying, and help you through the 
process. Many advisors within the University 
School work personally with struggling stu- 
dents through the Major Exploration program, 
which was designed to assist students in the 
process of choosing a major to fit them per- 
sonally. 

"Many students expect a major to appear to 
them in a dream, it doesn't happen like that," 
said advisor Gerald West. "Choosing a major 
is a long process for an overwhelming number 
of students who have to take a look at their 
own interests, values, skills and goals as well 
as think about how they make decisions." 

This process can help students to 
narrow the field of possibilities. 
West said that getting a student 
to realize that they have to un- 
derstand themselves to find a 
major, is the hardest part. 
While many students 
seem to think that they 
■ have wasted time by 
changing their major, 
many advisors would tell 
them that it's never to 
late to make a change 
that will affect the 
rest of your life in a 
positive way. 
"It is very rewarding 
to see students success- 
fully choose a major with 
the confidence that it is the 
best place for them," West 
said 

"I finally found the major 
I love," said Dickinson. 



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tudents and other Tucson fans show their 
support for UA athletic teams by painting 
themselves, wearing foam fingers, and 
sometimes placing watermelons on their 
heads. 




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Shy Victoria Harhen 
chool spirit was taken to a whole new 
level at the University of Arizona in 
2004-2005. Stadium crowds were a 
sea of red, entire orga- 
nizations were devoted 
to spreading spirit and 
students proudly called 
themselves Wildcats. Ev- 
eryday at noon the fight 
song echoed through 
campus, a daily reminder 
that this school is united 
by one common cause: 
promoting allegiance to 
Arizona. 

Win or lose, 
students at the UA have 
unwavering support for 
the players and coaches. 
This year's tragic loss to 
Illinois in the fight for 
the Final Four epito- 
mized the overflowing 
spirit of Wildcats. 

Allen Sipe, a pre- 
business freshman, said 
he "will support [the 
Wildcats] no matter what 
they do." In regards to 
the overall year, he said 
the Wildcats "had a 
jt great season and a few 

o 

.g bad minutes shouldn't 
:g overshadow the excel- 
ffi lent season." 
g Yet, March Madness 
5 is only one of many rea- 
4a sons why students have 
^ bragging rights and call 
high school friends to 
remind their peers they 
go to the exalted UA. 

The top-tier athletics is at the core of Arizona 
pride, and one club made sure that there was 
always Wildcats support. Claiming to "put the 
A in Allegiance," the Arizona Allegiance is the 
official spirit club on campus. Between hosting 
tailgate parties before football games and creating 
halftime banners. Matt Collins, an accounting 
junior said, "We are powered by spirit to encour- 
age the best." 

Another group advocating spirit is the 
Zona Zookeepers for the men's basketball team. 
Created in 2003, this year's spirit kings were 
seniors Andy Lemieux and Alex Menayas. 
"(Our) goal is to get the student section to be 



as loud as possible, so the atmosphere of the game 
is more enjoyable," said Lemieux, a biochemistry 
and molecular biophysics senior. 

Lemieux explained that the keepers "start 
chants, talk trash to opposing players, and ride 
around McKale on 
imaginary ponies dur- 
ing the second half of 
each game." 

The official Zona 
Zookeepers are annu- 
ally appointed by the 
ASUA spirit direc- 
tor, this year's being 
Amber Harryman, a 
classics and business 
management junior. 
In order to 
prepare for games, 
both the Zona 
Zookeepers "meet at 
[their] fraternity house 
about an hour before 
game time to begin the 
painting process," said 
Lemieux. The two 
men then "usually ask 
guys around the house 
what [the] theme for 

the night should be or if they have any design 
ideas." 

Lemieux, whose favorite Arizona player is 
Jesus Verdejo, claimed that they have never done 
anything "too crazy, but [they] really do enjoy 
getting in the opposing players' heads." To get 




into their heads, Lemieux said their favorite thing 
to do is make fun of the opposing players while 
they are shooting free throws. He concluded his 
most memorable moments as a Zona Zookeeper 
was simply hanging out outside of the arena after 
the games. 

"You got to see everyone 
you know as they leave the 
game as well as have random 
people come up and give you a 
high five for a job well done," 
Lemieux said. 

Other fans, who may be 
equally devoted to the Zona 
Zoo but are not official "keep- 
ers," participated in the Bear 
Down Bandits point system. 
This newly implemented project 
rewarded students who support 
Arizona Athletics through their 
spirit and attendance to all 
sporting events, from basketball 
to gymnastics. 

Diehard fans bleed 
red and blue, and most students 
are seduced by the lure of 
being a true Arizona Wildcat. 
Students were proud to attend 
the UA and have many memo- 
ries to hold onto after graduation, many of which 
are centered around sports. We will always have 
the Elite Eight. We will always have that sea of 
red. And we will always have the pride of singing 
"Bear Down" for our Wildcats. 




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college have the same experi- 
ence when they turn 21. These 
are shown by Mexican-Ameri- 
can studies and marketing 
junior Nathan Olivarez-Giles. 










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In addition to graduation, turning 21 is one of tiie 
major events that every typical college student 
looks forward to with anticipation - some more 
than others. University of Arizona students are no exception 
when it comes to celebrating this momentous occasion in a 
person's life. 

In order to really get a feel of what it is to turn 21 in Tuc- 
son, The Desert decided to take one for the team, and join 
in on the celebration with Nathan Olivarez-Giles, a junior in 
Mexican-American studies and marketing. On a wann night 
in March 2005, it was time for his two hours of power. 
Partying with Nate was strictly professional, of course. 
To commemorate this signifi 
: cant event, Nate decided to hit 
1 up some of the local hot spots 
; that actually have "turning 2 1 " 
i promotions. After an early night 



^ of pre-partying at his place, I met up 
I with Nate and a couple of his closest 



bined with Tobasco!! 



to friends at the stroke of midnight out- 
s side of The Buffet, 538 E. Ninth St. 
^ Nate was ready to go, and anxious 
to begin his first two hours of legal 
[uiblic drinking. 

Nate's girlfriend Delfina Gaxiola, a junior at Pima Community 
( ollege, was the first to buy Nate a drink, a Heineken. The first drink 
lie bought himself was a gin and tonic. A free pitcher of beer was also 
provided to the birthday boy, courtesy of The Buffet. From there, the rest 
of Nate's friends took care of the tab and the drinks just kept on coming 
. . . and coming . . . and coming . . . 

The next spot to hit was The Meet Rack, 210 W. Drachman St. 
This underground Tucson bar is notorious for claiming if anyone got 
branded there, he or she could drink there for free for life. 1 actually 
witnessed a couple of interesting "birth marks," if you will, from some of 
the bar's employees. 

Because Nate's 21" birthday was on a Wednesday night, 
ihc place was not exactly hopping. But that insignificant detail 
did not come close to phasing this party line whatsoever. After 
all, we were a group of young, legal adults on a mission and 
determined to successfully conquer it! Besides, the compli- 
mentary bottle of champagne from The Meet Rack, dedicated 
to the 21 -year-old birthday boy, was a major plus. 

At this point, Nate was feeling pretty good. It took 
about an hour from his first drink at The Buffet for him to re- 
ally start feeling tipsy. After that, it didn't take long for him to 
get completely drunk. 

"It was the Tabasco and tequila that initiated the puking," 
Nate later claimed. "I puked on God's car . . . and I think I may 
have relieved myself on his door handles." 



To clarify, the owner of The Meet Rack legally changed his name to 
"God." God owns a little, yellow Volkswagen Bug with a license plate 
baring his name. This car happened to be sitting right in front of the 
establishment's entrance, and on one of Nate's gagging trips outside he 
had a little run in with this special vehicle. 

Last call at 2 a.m. came and it was time for all the fiin to come 
to a close. Since I was the only one who did not drink that night, I of- 
fered to drive Nate and his friends back to his place. When I originally 
signed up to do this story, I had no idea of the extent of how much I 
would actually get to experience turning 2 1 . Everything was going fine, 
until I looked in my rear view mirror and notice there was a police car 
right behind me. I turn around to see if Nate was OK, and instead I 
saw him with his head out the window, moaning. As I asked Nate if he 

needed me to pull over, he began to puke 
over the side of my just- washed SUV, 
right in fi-ont of the officer. 

Thank God (not The Meat Rack's 
version) the police officer decided to pass 
on us and continue on his way. Needless 
to say, this turning 2 1 business is quite an 
adventure. 

After Nate had recovered from his 
memorable night, he offered his top five 
tips for turning 2 1 : 

5. Drink plenty of water beforehand. 
4. Don't ever drink anything unless you know the contents of it and 
smelled it first. 

3. Don't pre-party; wait until the stroke of midnight to begin drinking 
so you can soberly remember your first drink. 

2. Make sure you wear clothes that you wouldn't mind possibly puk- 
ing on later. 

1 . DON'T EVER DRINK TEQUILA COMBINED WITH TOBAS- 
CO!!! 

"Trust me, you'll thank me later," he said. 



Don't ever drink tequila com- 



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Above: During the Homecoming activities finance 
senior Ryan Jennings and public administration 
junior Ashley Eden compete in the mud tug of war 
outside of Old Main. 

Middle: Business freshman Matt Rosenberg watch- 
es as education freshman John Paul Lopez deals 
the op card during a game of Texas Holdem in the 
basement of the Student Union Memorial Center. 



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Far left (top): Animal studies freshman Anneka 
Bergstrand shares a laugh with undeclared fresh- 
man Hal Miller over the 'Periodic Table of Sex.' 

Far left (bottom): A member of the water polo team 
treds water in an effort to condition and build 
strength In his legs. 






Clockwise from top left: 

1 . A student takes a break 
from studying to sleep 

in the UA Main Library. 
Getting extra sleep is one 
of the best w ays to reduce 
the risk of stress-related 
illness. 

2. Smoth, Beyah Rasool. 
Tariq Rasool. and Ranison 
Kennedy of the Songhai 
Drummers perform behind 
the Student Union Memo- 
rial Center in honor of 
Black History Month. 

3. Philosophy junior Gabe 
Flores found a quiet place 
among all the displaced 
furniture on the fourth 
floor of the UA Main 
Library to catch up on 



some class readings. The 
library underwent renova- 
tions of it's heating and 
ventilation systems dur- 
ing the spring semester. 

4. Mining and public 
health grad student Phil 
Joggerst takes a break 
from work at the Univer- 
sity's student run mine 
shaft in Green Valley. 

5. The UA's Society of 
Automotive Engineers 
hosted a car show in the 
parking lot behind the 
Aerospace and Mechani- 
cal Engineering building. 
Engineering students un- 
\ciled their S.AE race car 
which will compete with 
other teams from around 
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Clockwise from top left: 

1. "1 need it almost as much as it needs me! "My GvA 
and MCAT score arc proportional to the amount of oaf 
feine flowing through my veins," said physiology senic 
David Ingram. 

2. Artists from around the country compete in a glass , 
blowing competition. The Flame Off, Friday Feb 4, | 
2005 at The Glass Studio. Each work was sold in a silc 
auction in the Best Bead Show that weekend. 

3. Theatre sophomores Jessi Samoy and Monica Her- 
nandez promote the Vagina Monolouges by passing ou 
chocolate vaginas on the mall. 







Microbiology freshman 
Brandon Toussaint works a 
table on the Mall, handing out 
iers, T-shirts and condoms en- 
ouraging passers-by to respect 
ay rights. Students participated 
T a nine-hour vow of silence in 
rotest of oppression expressed 
oward gay, bisexual and trans- 
ender people. 



. Twelve year-old Tucson Am- 
ateur Astronomy Association 
nember Carter Smith sets his 
[[telescope on a distant airplane. 



Smith was on the mall as part 
of the TAAA's annual star party, 
which helped raise money for 
the muscular dystrophy associa- 
tion. 

6. Architecture freshman and 
resident of Manzanita-Mohave 
Residence Hall Harry Moss- 
brook pelts hall director Laura 
Tripp with an artificial snowball 
on Manzi-Mo's lawn . Polar Ice 
donated the snow to the Resi- 
dence Hall Association for the 
unusual weekend event. 





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1 . Arizona para-athlete Tyler Byers treks 
alongside fellow racers during the annual Jim 
Click Run & Roll. The event is a fundraiser 
that benefits the Disability Resource Center's 
athletic program. 

2. Ryan Rosea of the band Sunday Evening 
plays two saxophones during a lunchtime 




cohteit on the Mall. The concert was a part of 
a series of events put on by the Bobcats Senior 
Honorary during Homecoming Week. 

3, Political science and communication 
sophomore J'ezanna Garca and pre-business 
senior Adrien Chapman kiss on the mall to 
raise money for charity. The kissing booth, one 
attraction of National Pan-Hellenic Council 
week, allowed people to exchange donations 



for hugs, kisses or even chocolate ICisses. 

4. Former UA student Joe Aldridge and 
other band members from the Refuge Student 
Ministry and Priority College Ministiy played 
behind the Park Student Union. 

5. Hookahs became more popular throughout 
the year. The owner of Smiley's poses with 



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Clockwise from top left: 

1 . BabyCats Too president Di- 
ane Soteio reads a book to a 
toddler at the Wildcat Kiddie 
daycare center in the Student 
Union Memorial Center. 

2. Anna Suarez, a UA market- 
ing senior and college repre- 
sentative of Team Pink, placed 
1 ,000 stuffed dogs around 
campus as part of a promotion 
for Victoria's Secret new Pink 
clothing line for college-aged 



women. Students who found 
one of the dogs could take it 
to Victoria's Secret to receive 
a prize and the chance to win 
a Vespa scooter. 

3. Joseph Gross Gallery Cura- 
tor James Shaub demonstrates 
an Exhibition, "Love of Ma- 
chines" presented by Creative 
Machines, Inc.. 

4. Rain and hail fall on cam- 
pus as students try to get to 
their classes and dorms. 



5. Ex-UA player and current 
Sacramento King Mike Bibby 
exainines a framed version of 
his hjersey during a ceremony 
to retire his jersey. 

6. The Arizona football team 
takes the field before play- 
ing Utah at Arizona Stadium. 
Arizona lost the game 23-6, 
despite racking up 306 offen- 
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Clockwise from top left: 



1 . Amy Praw, a communications se- 
nior, poses for some test shots with 
Playboy photographer David Rams 
at the University Marriott. 

2. One of the many lire dancers at 
the All Souls' Procession performs 
at the parade's finale. Thousands 
crowded downtown streets to watch 
and participate in the unique cultural 



3. Jeni Reichcrt, a pre-pharmacy 
sophomore, speaks to Dr. Anne Pa 
dias, director of academic services 
for the department of chemistry, 
after being evacuated from her cla 
in the KoOler building. A steam li 
burst on the third floor, causing 8( 
- 1 ,000 students to be evacuated. 




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Junior forward Hassan Adams 
noists UA Wildchair basketball 
jlayer Kacey McCallister in for a 
fayup during the annual Lame for 
I Game fundraiser. The Arizona 
len's and women's basketball 
learns showed up to play against 
|:he Arizona Wildchairs, a team 
pomposed of disabled athletes on 
vheelchairs. 





5. Research technician Manuel 
Snyder is just one of the many 
people who will benefit from a 
$19.5 million grant to the Arizona 
Cancer Center by the National 
Cancer Institute. 

6. Members of the Knights of 
Columbus lead the procession 
into St. Augustine Cathedral the 
Sunday afternoon after Pope John 
Paul II's death. 




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"When I was a college student. 



hy Danielle Billner 
tudents may not know much about 
University of Arizona President Peter 
Likins, how he came to be who he is, or how his 
experience in college might be in any way similar 
to college life today, but Likins has quite a story to 
tell. 

Likins grew up in a single-parent household 
in Santa Cruz, Calif., with three siblings. Getting 
a scholarship was the only way he could attend 
college, but he had the grades and got a full ride to 
Stanford University. 

"I knew it was a blessing," Likins said. "It kind 
of changes your attitude, you know, when you 
don't just assume you're going to get out of high 
school and go off to some fine college, I didn't 
assume that." 

Likins graduated from Stanford with a degree 
in civil engineering in the late '50s, and was a grad- 
uate student at MIT thereafter Likins eventually 
left a job as a UCLA professor to work at the Cal 
Tech Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the facility which 



launched the first American spacecraft. I le worked 
as the Dean of Engineering at Columbia and the 
president of a private university before coming to 
UA. 

Likins said i do' to his 
high school sweetheart, Patri- 
cia, at the age of 1 9. Because I 
of his marriage he felt a great 
deal of responsibility regard- 
ing his education and he took 
it seriously. Over the years 
he would create a family of 
six adopted children with 
the woman he affectionately 
referred to as his "girl." 

Academics aside, athletics 
were also important to Likins. 
He was an accomplished high 
school and college wres- 
tler who was dctemiined to 
perfonn always at his highest potential. He would 
push himself and compete until he lost. 



"Every year in wrestling I'd win all my dual 
meets during the season, and then after the seaso 
I'd go to a tournament, and if I'd won I'd go to 
another tournament and I'd finally find somebodj 
who could beat me ... and I'd] 
just test my abilities and find r 
, limit," Likins said. 

I Ic nearly made it to the 
Pan-American Games during 
; one season. He was quick to li 

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a said that, ". . .in retrospect, it v 
!: not about wrestling, it was ab( i 
^ testing myself, it was about d( 
3 ing something very difficuh." 
g Likins met many other tes 
§ along the way. According to 
Likins, in the 1950s, "Stanfor 
was white and Stanford was 
male and Stanford was rich." He said he was fc; 
fill and unsure of his classmates who were bette 



than he was. 

"I was a poor kid among rich kids," he said. 
"I carried the golf clubs for rich people up at the 
I country club. I was a caddy, I was not a golfer." 
He later added, "Prejudice is a funny thing, 
I and we're all so conscious of racial prejudice and 
various kinds of prejudice. I was prejudiced against 
I rich people." 

Likins grew up in a tumultuous era. The civil 
I rights movement was in full swing, although Likins 
I felt sheltered from it at the time. 

"1 look back now with embarrassment. How 
I could I have been so unaware of the prejudice, 
male-female, black-white? All of the negatives of 
my era just went right by me," Likins said. 

Mindful that the world continues to change, he 
I said, "If you intend to be ready for the world when 
I you're my age, you'd better be ready for a very 



different world." He commented on how racial 

diversity and gender equality has changed since his 

youth and how it impacts college years and daily 

living in this era. 

"You better be able to func- 
tion in a society where women 

are your equal and blacks and 

browns and all kinds of folks 

are a part of your life," Likins 

said. "If I don't give you that 

experience during your college 

years, I do you an injustice . . . 

it's an injustice to everybody 

to be raised in a homogeneous 

environment." 

For all his scholastic and 

career-related success, one might 

expect Likins to have planned the steps he would 
take toward his future. 
But, he said, "life has 
always been a series of 
unexpected opportuni- 
ties." 



"It's never been a planned development; and 
partly I think it was because I was too innocent, 
ignorant, uninformed, uneducated to know how 
to dream," Likins said. "I didn't know about the 

world I'd grown 
into through my life 
experiences. You 
can't dream about 
being something 
you've never heard 
of" 

With regard to 
his experiences and 
position at UA, he 
said, "I feel like I'm 
part of a very im- 
portant effort to help 
the people of the state of Arizona find their way, 
realize their potential. As a university president, 
you have a chance to try to create a better univer- 
sity and to better position the people in the state of 
Arizona to fianction in this knowledge-based global 
society. It's the ultimate service for me." 



You can't dream about being 
something you've never heard 
of. 

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Tom Klein 



Professor Tom Klein was a business ma- 
jor in college with little idea as to wiiat lie 
would do witii his degree when he realized 
he had an "aptitude" for accounting. 

Klein received his undergrad in busi- 
ness administration from the University of 
Wisconsin. Milwaukee in 1984. He later 
completed a Master's degree in business 
taxation at Golden Gate University in San 
Francisco in 1991. 

With his degree Klein worked as an 
accountant at Deloitte and Touche. a large 
firm with corporate clients like Ross and the 
Gap. "[lt| was the best thing that could have 
ever happened to me because I've learned 
so much and gotten to travel as a result of 
my appointments and I'm just really fortu- 
nate that I had that experience," he said. 

He found his job as a UA professor 
when his wife's career required that they 
move from California to Tucson. He was 
very happy teaching here, explaining that 
"it's not like real work, not that it's not 
hard, but I know what real work is like 
from doing that for 20 years and this is just, 
it's a pleasure working with the students." 

It's those lessons from "real work" that 
he feels are an asset to him in the clas.s- 
room. "I can relate a lot of experiences 
I had with clients to the class as we're 



discussing these various concepts," he said. 
He also isn't afraid to share with his stu- 
dents some of the less attering moments of 
his career. 

Klein recalled visiting a country club 
for a lunch interview. He thought the buffet, 
to be served by the staff, looked like "the 
Sizzler" and served himself. He said of the 
ordeal, "I'm not sure if they were real des- 
perate or they thought it'd be fun to have 
an idiot in the office but I got an offer at the 
end of the day anyhow." 

He thinks that being a "cool professor" 
might come from being known as "the guy 
who incorporates trivia in the classroom." 

"It's amazing how often, if you're at- 
tentive that there's references to accounting 
and taxes in the Simpson's, Seinfeld, mov- 
ies, etcetera." 

He named the Simpson's and Seinfeld 
as his favorite shows and said he under- 
stood Homer's plight. 

"I can relate to Homer!" he said. "With 
all these embarrassing things that I've done, 
I can definitely relate to Homer for sure." 

He said of his role as a teacher, "My 
goal is to involve them as much as we can 
and get some good discussions going be- 
cause I think that's probably the most 
effective way of learning." I 






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Professor John Folan's life at 
such a young age that he, "...can't 
ever remember not wanting to be an 
architect." 

As a child in Chicago, he re- 
members seeing the then two tallest 
sky.scrapers being built. He rode past 
the site frequently on the city bus his 
father drove. 

"I would watch outside the (bus) 
window and I saw the whole process," 
he said. To him, Chicago was a great 
place for an aspiring architect to live. 

"That happened to be sort of a 
Renais.sance period of architecture; 
modern architecture in the city at that 
time, so really I think that was just a 
very fertile ground for anybody who 
had an interest in it," Folan explained. 

The aspiring architect found inspi- 
ration in his parents. "My mother was 
someone I could look to as an example 
for someone who had passion for what 
she did. And I looked to my my father 
for his work ethic and also his moral 
ethics as well." 

Folan attended the University of Il- 
linois during his years as an undergrad 
and recieved a graduate degree from 
the University of Pennslyvania.His 
professional career included contracts 
with the Air and Space Mu.seum and 



the Smithsonian. 

Folan was selected for the Five 
Star Faculty Award, chosen by UA 
students and presented by the Hone 
College. While he said he didn't fe 
like a "cool professor", he though 
students might perceive him that w 
because of his sense of humor and 
his ability to u.se unusual .scenarios 
order to make difficult concepts ea 
to understand. 

Folan looked at teaching as a w 
to give back. 

"I think I always wanted to be ile 
to contribute back to future genera- 
tions in the same way that people h 1 
contributed to my education," he sil. 
He also felt it was a way to address 
what he saw as a "gap in the abili- 
ties" of interns he had worked with i 
the past. "I think I make things ver 
difhcult for them because I think tl 
profession is incredibly difficult." 

He said, however, that this ben is 
the students in the long run becaus 
"once they've finished, they've ac- 
complished a tremendous amount 
and they have a tremendous amoui 
of confidence." Among other thin . 
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Dr. Suzanne Delaney 

A popular Gen Ed on campus is INDV 101 Structure of 

Mind and Behavior. Professor Suzanne Delaney 

teaches the class and her name might as well be syn- 

onomus with the course title. 

Delaney describes herself as a "beach kid" who 

developed an interest in psychology at a young age. 

"Early on I was interested in parapsychology; certain 

things like psychics and telekinesis and those sorts 

of things. I was curious to see whether those kinds 

of things could be researched carefully. She also 

recounted her introduction to one of psychology's 

greats, Sigmund Freud, "I remember I was 10 years 

old or so and... I was up at UC San Diego with my 

^ brother who played softball up there and I sat down 

(5 on the grass watching him play softball and one of 

O the UCSD undergraduates came down and explained 

Freud to me." She continued, "So, it seems like 

whenever I heard about it I was interested in it." Her 

interest also grew out of helping her sister, who has 

8 special needs, learn how to read. "We got to a point 

4) where she could read single words, but she 

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"• could never read sentences. Why is it that 

~ she couldn't make that next jump? And so 

that was something else that I was kind of 

curious about." 

Delaney obtained her Bachelor's degree 

from UC Santa Cruz and, after attending the 

University of Pittsburg for a time, she made 

her way UA and finished her Ph,.D. 

She began taking on preceptorships as an undergrad 
and continued them during her graduate work here. When 
the time came for Delaney' s mentor to move on to other 
things, Delaney instead decided to make Tucson her home. 
"I had been moving a lot," she said "and moving every two 
or three years for the last several years and I was really 
ready to be dug in." She highlighted the "warm winters," 
landscape, varying political viewpoints and the "youthful 
energy" she felt here as reasons that kept her a Tucsonan. 
"Once I came I was ready to stay," she said. 

Of her childhood she said, "I really grew up in southern 
California in the 70s where there was a lot of emphasis on 
creativity." She later added, "Punk hadn't quite come in 
yet but it was on its way. It was kind of a non-judgmental 
time." That "non-judgemental time" lended it.self to the 
development what she felt was a sense of acceptance of 
others in herself and her peers. "We sort of validate that 
everyone's life has its own way of going; and that my tim- 
ing isn't the same as your timing." 

With regard to her course and its themes, Delaney said, 
"It must have been the late 90's I started teaching this 
course and I absolutely love it. We get to talk about the 
architecture of the mind and different kinds of illusions." 

Different students can take different things away from 
her class. Some benefit most from the lectures on psycho- 
logical disorders, as some of them might have loved ones 
struggling with a disorder, while others enjoy the visual 
illusions, memory or social psychology portions of the 
course. 

For Delaney, the definition of a "cool professor" comes 
from her days in school. "I think back to my professors, 
someone who I think would be cool would be someone who 
doesn't scold me and .someone who's just kind of interested .fc 



in... wherever you are is where we should start the learning process." 
She also values humor in her classroom. "We laugh a lot in there," 
she said. 

Delaney has no shortage of goals for her students. "I have a lot 
of goals in teaching... I have kind of a different goal for each person 
in a way; again, depending what you're coming into the situation 
with." She had pogniant things to say about learning as well. "I think 
a really important part of beginning to be a wise person, or a thought- 
ful person, is to know that you don't know stuff." She feels that the 
visual illusions discussed in her class help her show her students that, 
"It's not always black and white and that you don't always have to 
know what's right and what's wrong. It's good to have tolerance for 
maybe having two ideas on what might be right." 

She said of responsibility to teach, "The other thing that to me is 
really important about education is the extent to which it empowers 
individuals. When you know you can get information independently 
of the experts and that it's okay to not always believe the experts, but 
at least check out that they're right, I think that that's hugely empow- 
ering." 




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hy Lauren Miller 

. nlicipation. Flutter Fetti and a tew rogue 
tortillas filled the air on May 14 as more than 
5.400 UA seniors became the newest Wildcat 
alumni. 

McKale stadium was packed as friends and 
family cheered on the graduates in the UA's 
1 32nd commencement ceremonies. 

"Graduation was such a fun time becau.se it 
was a chance to be with all your friends to share 
a very exciting and a little scary moment in your 
life," said Andrew Chang, a molecular and cel- 
lular biology senior. 

"It may not seem like a lot of things while it 
happened, but when everybody looks back on the 
last 4 or so years, we should all be very proud," 
he said. 

4,013 undergraduates received diplomas, 
while degrees were awarded to 867 master's and 



262 doctoral candidates, according to UA News 
Services. 

President Peter Likins teamed up with ASUA 
to offer Flutter Fetti as an alternative to the torti- 
lla throwing that continued to create controversy. 
The red and blue confetti blanked the graduates 
as they cheered, breathing a final sigh of relief 
with their degrees in hand. However, despite 
security checkpoints and pleas from the admin- 
istration, the infamous tortillas were tossed with 
the hats. 

Robert Sarver, majority owner of the Phoe- 
nix Suns, offered up his words of advice in the 
morning ceremony. Sarver graduated from UA 
in 1982 with a degree in business administration 
and owned his first bank by age 23 and bought 
the Phoenix Suns in 2004. Sarver let graduates in 
on his personal secrets to success: 

"(...) You gotta have a passion for what you 



do. Make your sacrifices early financially, but 
pick a profession and pick a job that you have a, 
strong passion for. And if you're lucky, too, tryj 
pick a city to do it in that you really like living ii 
You see, the happier you are with what you do, i 
the better you're going to be at it. 

"Always be able to look yourself in the min 
and like what you see. If at the end of the day, t^ 
only thing you got going for you is your reputa-i 
tion. 

"In the classroom you go farther by studying 
and putting in emphasis on the things you're no. 
good at. In the business workplace, you're goin;, 
to create more value for yourself by exploiting , 
your strengths. And, finally, in school you can } 
keep hitting that snooze button in the morning. : 
did it. Sometimes I'd skip school because I was| 
tired. Sometimes I was hung over. Sometimes l| 
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candidates and their families gather 
in McKale Center to celebrate at the 
morning ceremony of 2005 Gradua- 
tion. Robert Sarver, a financier and 
businessman best know as owner of 
the Pheonix Suns basketball team, 
gave the commencement address. 




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"Make the commitment today, as you go forward, to 
make other people around you better. You will never be 
the MVP of your organization or business, or even your 
family, if you don't make that commitment to make other 
people around you better at what they do." 

In the afternoon. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., offered 
a more political tone to graduates. McCain, who gradu- 
ated from the United States Naval Academy in 1958, 
spoke on human rights, democracy and the responsibility 
of all graduates: 

"I have long believed that the true worth of a person 
is measured by how faithfully we serve a cause greater 
than our self-interest that encompasses us but is not 
defined by our existence alone. 

"I'm always reminded of an observation about de- 
bates in the place I work, the U.S. Senate. "Everything 
that could be said about the subject has been said. But not 
everyone has said it." So let me just say that I wish you 
all well. This is a wonderful time to be alive and to have 
your opportunities. Make the most of them" 

"We must use our power and in uence not only for 



security and prosperity, but to promote the concepts we 
hold dear, including democracy and the panoply of hu- 
man rights. 

"Who is responsible for monitoring and promoting 
human rights? Every one of us. (...)Each of you has the 
responsibility to promote this cause that is greater than 
your self-interest, to use your freedom to help ensure the 
liberty of those who are denied it. The world is about to 
become your responsibility. Even if you are never elected 
to any office, never meet a foreign policy professional, 
and never scour the pages of the Economist and Foreign 
Affairs, a responsibility remains. 

"No truer words have been uttered than those of John 
Dunne, when he said no man is an island. In thinking 
about the value of human lives in far away places, we just 
as well might think of our own. With singular elegance, 
the great poet summed up the intended meaning of this 
speech today: "Any man's death diminishes me, because 
I am involved in mankind; and therefore never send to 
know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee." 

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t seems only fitting that an ice-cold, 
snow-filled day proved most success- 
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a blanket of ice and snow at Morrone 
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honored to be one of the seeded teams out here. I think we were disappointed in the result and the fact that we didn't perform to our 
capability," said UA second-year head coach Dan Tobias. 

Tobias may have thought his Wildcats could have performed better during that first round loss, but nobody - except for maybe the 
players themselves - could have predicted the kind of season Arizona would end up having. 

"Our team goal at the beginning of August was to make it to the tournament this year," said junior co-captain Jennifer Klein. "Our 
focus was to take it game-by-game and that's what we did. We accomplished our goal, but our team is not satisfied. We got here, but w 
are not satisfied. We want more." 

Arizona did get more than just its first NCAA berth, however. 

Tobias coached the team from a last-place tie in his first season to their first-ever Pacific 10 Conference championship in his second 
which was shared with UCLA. This season also marked Arizona's first appearance in the Top-25 rankings, where the team was ranked 
as high as No. 10. 

"1 think the team did such a good job with their mentality," added Tobias, who was named Soccer America Magazine's National ' 
Coach of the Year. "They literally took it one game at a time. We certainly didn't look back on our history, and we didn't look forward.' 

The Wildcats set or tied 3 1 different team or individual records, many of them by considerable margins. The program record for 
most wins in a season was eight, and the Wildcats nearly doubled that with 15 this season. They won six Pac-10 games, when the previ 
ous record was two. The Wildcat defense - anchored by freshman goalkeeper McCall Smith - allowed just 1 1 goals the entire season, ■ 
compared to the previous best of 3 1 . Smith recorded 1 1 shutouts on the season as well. 

in addition to winning National Coach of the Year, Tobias was also named Pac-10 Conference Coach of the Year and West Region 
Coach of the Year for NSCAA/ Adidas and Soccer Buzz magazine. Tobias became the second coach in Pac-10 history to win coach of 
the year two times. He won his first coach of the year honor in 2002 when he was head coach of Washington State. 

Looking ahead to his third season at the helm, Tobias said he is looking forward to seeing the majority of his team returning as un- 
derclassmen in the fall. 

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by Brett Ferci 

t's believed that collegiate dis- 
tance runners, like DA sopho- 
more Robert Cheseret. use the 
fall cross county season to prepare for 
the spring track and field schedule. 

But gauged by the way Cheseret 
has proven to run his fall schedule 
- dominating races and blowing by 
opponents - it wouldn't be suiprising 
if the Kenya native took exactly the 
opposite approach. 

Cheseret finished his second season 
for head coach James Li's program by 
not only pacing the Wildcats to a sixth 
place finish at the Pacific 10 Confer- 
ence championships, but more notably 
by winning the conference individual 
title, edging Stanford's Ryan Hall at 
the finish line after overtaking Hall 



during the last 800 meters of the race 
in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. 

Cheseret also represented the Wild- 
cats at the NCAA Championships, 
along with Beth Hoge. who placed 
33''' overall in the prestigious Roy Gri- 
ak Invitational in Minneapolis. Minn., 
before sweeping the ASU Invitational, 
from the women's team. 

Cheseret earned Ail-American hon- 
ors by finishing ninth overall in the 
10.000-meter race in Terre Haute, Ind. 

"i'm really quite happy," Li said 
after the event, which also saw Hoge 
place 1 82'"* out of the nearly 250 par- 
ticipating women. "It wasn't a great 
race for Beth because the course was 
really muddy. This was a very signifi- 
cant improvement for Robert from last 
year's cross country season. 



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Pac-10 male cross country Athlete 
of the Year honors, while freshman 
Mohamed Trafeh looks to continue 
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of football games, when the more than 250 
members strut their stiifllo the beat of some 
of the most recognizable pop music of the 



from the Red 1 lot Chili Peppers to Oiugo 
Boingo. Pink Floyd to Crosby. Stills. Nash & 
Young, lo this year's musical selection, fhe 
Talking I leads, associate director of bands 
and Pride of Arizona front man Jay C. Rees 
has created a centerpiece musical show that 
in recent years has been arguably more excit- 
ing than the football games themselves. 

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the Fall 2005 season - is just a small part of 
what the IJA marching band does, said band 
member Rachel Peterson. 

"My faxorile part of being in the march- 
ing band is defmilely IJofA Band Day." says 
Peterson, a music history senior at the UA. 
of the Pride of Arizona's annual tiadition of 
inviting local high school bands to play at 
Arizona Stadium. "Wc end up performing 
lo a bunch of people who really understand 



what wc do and appreciate what we do." 
Peterson said she and her fellow band 
members certainly love performing in front 
of crowds at football games. But w ith nearly 
40 high school bands in attendance, equating 
to a crowd of 5.000 fellow musical master- 
minds, the chance to really show their slulT 
is something the members of the Pride relish 
each year. 

lintering the HA four years ago as an out 
of state sludenl. Peterson said being a part 
of such a large, yet close-knit group, like the 
Pride of Arizona so early in her college ca- 
reer helped her not only get better acclimated 
to the University, but forge life-long friend- 
ships as well. 

"Fm an out of state student and 1 came 
here when I was a freshman and I knew 
nobody. 1 didn't know a single person," 
Peterson said, noting the rigorous, seven-day. 
end-of-suminer spectacle known as band 
camp was the first place she met fellow UA 
students. "Once band camp ended I started 
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oming in with just three wins in 10 tries during 
head coach Mike Stoops' inaugural season, the Ari- 
zona football team treated its season-ending game 
with in-state rival Arizona State as its bowl 
When the Wildcats pulled off the 34-27 ups 
No. 1 8 Sun Bowl-bound Sun Devils, Nov. 26. 2004, at Arizona 
Stadium, the Arizona fans treated it the same, spilling onto 
the field and celebrating with other Wildcat fans, players and 
coaches. 

"There's no other feeling than to go out on senior day and 
beat our cross-town rivals who were heavy favorites," said 
senior receiver Ricky Williams amongst a crowd of red and blue 
clad Wildcat fans on the Arizona Stadium field following the 
win. "We had to hear all week how they were going to come 
down here and beat us and beat us by a great amount of points. 
We all came together and made plays. We were challenged all 
week by our coaches to make plays and that's what we did." 
"The whole group played hard." said Arizona defensive 
coordinator Mark Stoops. "These seniors deserved it and our 



landmark win, but we've got a long, 
long way to go." 

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win, and fans surrounded the first-year coach on the field chanting his name. 

With about a dozen fans sitting on the goal post. Stoops and the team 
accepted the Territorial Cup. the oldest rivalry trophy in college football, for 
the win over the Sun Devils. f 

Stoops thanked his coaches, team and the UA fans while on the podium 
at midfield. 

This was the fifth time in the last 22 years an underdog UA team has 
knocked off a nationally ranked ASU squad. 

"They kind of underestimated us, thinking we were a team going down- 
hill," said junior running back Mike Bell, who ended the game with 139 
yards rushing. "We always kept fighting. This is our bowl game. It was great. 
We won at our home for the seniors, for coach Stoops and for all the stuff 
that has happened to us." 

Redshirt freshman quarterback Richard Kovalcheck was awarded the 
game's MVP trophy for his 1 7-for-3 1 , 239-yard, three-touchdown passing 
performance. 

"There were open receivers and they made plays," he said. "We went 
downfield a little more, put everything together and guys started making 
plays. Today we brought it all together" 

"We didn't have a lot of good things happen to us throughout the course 
of the year, but we had a lot of good things happen to us today." Stoops said 
after his first taste of the UA-ASU rivalry. "Maybe the gods do even things 
out as the year go out. We got some good breaks and that always helps in 
close games. We knew we matched up well with this team and had a lot of 
confidence going into this game, regardless of records." 

Aside from the win over ASU, the Wildcats carried a lot of confidence 
out of the game, vowing to improve in the off-season and using this game as 
momentum to taking the program to another level. 

After receiving the MVP trophy on a stage at midfield, talking to the fans 
remaining in the stadium, Kovalcheck summed up the entire team's attitude 
following the victory. 

"See you in September," he said; and the remaining Arizona Stadium 
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— Mike Stoops, the third Arizona head foot- 

biill coaeh in the past (i\e seasons - hired after the 
uncereinonioLis departure oC.lohn Maekovie midway 
through the 2003 season - had. after all. been by the 
side of his brother Bob. head eoaeh at Oklahoma, lor 
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He was, after all, brought in to work \s ithin the 
same athletics program as UA men's basketball 
coach Lute Olson owner of five Final Four appear- 
ances and the best record in college hoops over the 
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our players and of myself. 
Be prepared and ready to 
play." 

Despite just three wins 
in his inaugural season, it's ditlieult to see how the 
Stoops effect has been anything but a positi\e one. 

As the season's first game rapidly approached, 
student-ticket sales - in the revamped ZonaZoo 
student section - skyrocketed past previous records, 
while season ticket sales nearly reached record 
numbers as well, with 25.000 ordered Just a week 
prior to kickoff. 

On the field, a program-resurrecting home over 
bowl-bound .Arizona Stale at Arizt)na Stadium, 
coupled with surprisingly competitisc efforts against 
Washington State, Bowl Championship Series bound 
Utah and Big 10 power Wisconsin - all at home, no 
less ~ ga\c fans hope in the future of the program. 

Keep in mind that the Wildcats were in place 
to drop both the C ougars and Badgers, if not for 
a missed lasl-minLite field goal and a late-game 
fumble when running out the clock was all that was 
left. Add those two w ins to the equation, and the 
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ordcr bowl game tickets for the 2005 season, unsure of the immediate 
future despite ready for a long-term run, but that doesn't keep Stoops 
from being confident in his program right now. 

"We will win. and wc will do it in a very quick way." Stoops said 
shortly after his hiring was announced. 

Oh, really? 

"We probably won't win a national championship in two years." 
Stoops later said, in response to how he and his brother took Okla- 
homa from a sub-. 500 ball club to a national championship in just two 
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leyball team was no 
stranger to adversity as it 
weathered several injuries 
and consequent lineup 
changes early in the sea- 
son. 

But in the end the 
Wildcats came out on top 
and advanced to the sec- 
ond round of the NCAA 
tournament for the team's 
ninth consecutive postsea- 
son appearance. 

The Wildcats swept 
past UC Irvine in the first 
round on Dec. 3, 2004. but 
fell to No. 9 San Diego in 
a five-game heartbreaker 
(30-28, 30-28, 25-30, 
27-30. 15-13) in second 
round action the following 
day on the Torero's home 
court, Jenny Craig Pavil- 
ion. 

Arizona finished the 
season with a record of 19 



"I think that it was two 
separate seasons for us," 
said UA head coach Dave 
Rubio. "You have the first 
half when we were riddled 
with injuries and had dif- 
ferent lineups. Then in the 
second half we got healthy 
and made improvements 
and I had a good a coach- 
ing experience as I have 
had here. They bought 
into everything that I 
asked them to do." 

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including a five-match 
errorless streak by senior 
middle blocker Jolene 
Killough from Oct. 15 to 
Nov. 5, 2004. Over that 
period, Killough recorded 
49 kills on 72 attempts 
with no errors for a .681 
hitting percentage. She 
ended the season ranked 
10th nationally with a 



.400 clip and was also 
named to the All-Pacific- 
1 team, along with junior 
outside hitter Kim Glass. 

"I never think about 
wanting to make an error," 
said Killough, whose lack 
of production limited her 
playing time earlier in the 
year. "I was practicing 
fine during that time, just 
struggling in the games. 
As long as I kept practic- 
ing hard. I knew I would 
come out of it at some 
point." 

Senior and libero Kelli 
Mulvany climbed into 
second-place all-time at 
Arizona in digs with 1,174 
and led the team in digs 
17 times on the season 
while junior outside hitter 
Jennifer Abernathy was 
named Pacific 10 Player 
of the Week for Sept. 
7-12, 2004. Abernathy 
notched 50 kills with 22 
errors on 1 1 1 attempts in 
addition to 25 digs over 
that period. 

"I'm excited about ev- 
erything," Abernathy said. 
"I think this season, more 
than last season, I've been 
a lot more consistent, and 
I think that's been helping 
with my stats." 

The UA coaching 
staff is confident that the 
Wildcats' 2004 postseason 
performance will give the 
squad the momentum it 
needs in 2005. 

■"This year there is such 
a strong determination 
and strength." Rubio said. 
"That's the thing that re- 
ally strikes me. I haven't 
sent this level of commit- 
ment and readiness to go 
out and do what (is neces- 
sary) to be successful at 
the level they can achieve. 
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by Brett Ferci 

t's not all fun and games for the 

Arizona Pom Line the unofficial, 
official first fans of Wildcat sports 
teams. 

Sure, sitting courtsidc for men's 
basketball games and on the sidelines 
at football games, cheering the Wild- 
cats on to victory, is a pretty sweet 
perk. 

But the rewards get even sweeter 
when the hard work and early-morn- 
ing wakeup calls pay off like it did in 
February. 

The 2004-2005 Pom Line took third 
place at the U.S. Spirit Association's 
national dance team championships in 
Las Vegas, marking the team's second 
top-three finish in the last four years. 
The other: the 2002 national champion- 



With majors ranging from dance 
and theatre arts to business and com- 
munication, what possibly makes the 
final product that much more reward- 
ing for this UA team is that any schol- 
arship its members receive has to come 
from the classroom. 

What presumably makes it more 
frustrating is that any dollar it spends 
has to be self-earned, as the squad isn't 
financially supported by the athletics 
department despite being the center of 
attention during any stopping of action 
at the campus' two most popular sets of 
sporting events. 

Even still, the more than 15 mem- 
bers fight for floor time in McKale 
Center, all while battling the clock 
and the classroom in the meantime; all 
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or a program so used 
to winning, and a 
coach so used to 
dominating, the last two 
seasons of hockey in the 
Tucson Convention Center 
have been anything but con- 
ventional. 

The Arizona Icecats 
came into the 2004-2005 
campaign looking to right 
the ship that turned awry 
during what was supposed 
to be a season of celebra- 



practically dominating most 
of the American Collegiate 
Hockey Association, includ- 
ing a string of— that's right 
— 24 straight postseason 
appearances, the hockey 
gods finally had enough of 
the team from the desert, at 
least for one year as the Ice- 
cats skidded to a final mark 
of 13-12-1. 

But in a simple twist of 
double dcja vu, the 2004- 
2005 season ended for the 
Arizona men's club hockey 
team the same way it began, 
and ultimately the same way 
the season ended a year ago 
as well: on the losing end. 

ASU took a pair from 
the Icecats in late Febru- 
ary to close out the season 
at the Madhouse on Main 
Street, sending seniors like 
defenseman Mike Smith, 
center Mickey Meehan and 
forwards Shaun Brooks and 
Don Holtz out on a sour 
note. 

"The kids didn't get a lot 
of breaks this season," said 
UA head coach Leo Golem- 
biewski, after the Icecats 
rode a lead into their final 
minute of play, only to see 



the Sun Devils come back 
to win in overtime. "But I'm 
very proud of this team." 

"It was a real barnburner; 
sometimes it just happens 
like that," said senior de- 
fenseman Keith Mitchell, a 
UA co-captain and blue line 
staple during his final two 
seasons. 

"These guys played their 
hearts out for 60 minutes," 
Golembiewski said. "If 
we can play this tough as 
undermanned as we were all 
semester, it says a lot." 

Arizona was without 
senior co-captain Mickey 
Meehan for the final 10 
games because of a torn 
anterior cruciate ligament. 

Fellow co-captain, junior 
Mike Pelletier, missed the 



a severe concussion. 

But other Wildcat lead- 
ers, like embattled goalten- 
der Brian Aronchick, can 
leave the Icecats proud of 
what they've accomplished 
during their time with the 
program, according to 
Golembiewski. 

"He's the most talented 
goalie I've ever coached," 
Golembiewski said of his 
Aronchick. 

The departure of Aronch- 
ick, the first UA goaltender 
to appear in 100 games, un- 
doubtedly leaves one of the 
biggest holes to fill come 
next season. But if Arizona 
comes back in the fall with 
the same fight it left with, 
head coach Golembiewski 
— and the rest of the thou- 
sands of Icecat faithful who 
pack the downtown arena 
every game — will be ready 
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uccess isn't always measured in championsiiips, 
something the UA women's basicetbaii team, 
led by standouts Dee-Dee Wheeler on the perimeter and 
Shawntinice Polk in the paint, can certainly attest to. 

Despite a season of injuries and the end of the nation's 
longest home winning streak, Wildcat head coach Joan 
Bonvicini said that the team still accomplished plenty. 

"1 think that we definitely had high aspirations going 
in," Bonvicini said, as the Wildcats shared the Pacific 1 
Championship with Stanford in 2004. 

This season, Arizona finished fifth in the Pac-10 with a 
20- 1 2 overall record and an 11-7 conference mark. 

Bonvicini said she credits Arizona's irregularity on the* 
court in part to its slew of injuries. 

"When we started having injuries, it made it difficult 
to be consistent in both practice and games," Bonvicini 
said. "(This was) the most (injuries) I've ever had." ' 

Bonvicini noted Arizona's home win against Univer- 
sity of California, Santa Barbara, the road victory over 
then-No. 19 UCLA, and sweep of Southern California and 
UCLA in McKale Center as high points on the season. 

But none of those milestones compare to the Wildcats' 
72-69 win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament 
over No. 8 seed Oklahoma on March 20, 2005. The vic- 
tory marked Arizona's only first-round win since 2000. 

"I think the biggest part was that we really regrouped 
and got back in the NCAAs and won," Bonvicini said. 
"I think to do that was a big step forward. I think for this 
team (the first round win) was a huge confidence boost. 
I think for our seniors, it was a great way for them to go 
out." 

Seniors Wheeler, Katrina Lindner and Danielle Ad- 
efeso ended their collegiate careers in the 76-43 second- 
round loss to No. 1 seed Louisiana State University. 

Although she maintains that the season was success- 
ful, Bonvicini admitted that it was also disappointing. 

"I was disappointed because talent-wise we were bet- 
ter," said Bonvicini, about the team's conference finish. 

Bonvicini recorded her 250th win at Arizona on Jan. 
16,2005, in a win over UCLA. 



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Willi the departure of point guard Wheeler, Bon- 
vicini said she anticipates freshman guard Ashley 
Whisonant to man the point next season. 

"Ashley, I thought, had a very good freshman 
year." Bonvicini said. "I thought she was instru- 
mental off the bench, a spark plug, excellent ball 
handler, excellent defender." 

Bonvicini added that while Whisonant is the No. 
1 candidate, Arizona is looking to sign another point 
guard. 

"It's Ashley's to lose," Bonvicini added. "I think 
the biggest thing Ashley's got to work on is being 
a little bit more vocal. I think she's got to be more 
forceful at times because (the point guard) is an 
extension of me." 



Arizona has signed three letters of intent - guard 
Kelsey Burns, forward Whitney Fields and forward 
Amina Njonkou - and is looking to ink one more. 
Njonkou of Foumban, Cameroon, is the Wildcats' 
tirst-ever African player. 

In the offseason. Bonvicini said Arizona's focus 
will be on recovering from injuries. 

She added that junior center Polk needs to return 
to game shape and that she expects freshman guard 
Jessica Arnold to recover well from surgery on her 
left shoulder. 

"The other kids just need to rest. We really need 
to get healthy here, but I think we're going to have a 
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As Chicago native Dee-Dec Wheeler 
entered her senior year with the UA 
women's basketball team, the pressure was on 
to better the feats she accomplished in her first 
three years - namely back-to-back team MVP 
awards on top of leading tjjg Wil^ats to the first 
Pac-10 championship in 
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One of the team's 
biggest leaders and I've grown not 

most recognizable faces, player, but as 

Wheeler destroyed and 

reset several milestones woman as we^ 

in the Arizona record 
books during her final 
season in Tucson. 

Wheeler ended her 
career as Arizona's 
second all-time leading 
scorer with 1 ,966 points 
and tops the list in games played (124), games 
started (118), minutes played (4,032), minutes 
per game average (32.5) and steals (304). She 
also ranks in the top 10 in 13 other statistical 
categories. 

While Wheeler downplays the importance of 
these records, she puts the team's success ahead 
of her own personal achievements. 

"Well, those accolades don't mean much," 
Wheeler said. "But this season I dedicated to 
my grandma, so those are great honors to have 
in her name. I prefer to have a better season 
than we had this year and not have any mile- 
stones left here. But those are great things to be 
reached, and I'm glad to have reached them." 

Since coming to the UA, Wheeler .said she 
has experienced some changes both on and off 
the court. 

"I've grown not only as a player but as a 
young woman as well," she said. "It seems like 
just yesterday I was a freshman. But I've grown 
as a point guard coming in as a shooting guard 



out of high school. Just by playing, I've learned 
a lot in terms of decision making." 

Although Wheeler has witnessed some trans- 
formations, the Arizona coaching staff said she 
made an immediate influence on the team when 
she first joined four years ago. 

"I think Dee-Dee — I've said this time 

and again — she's been an 
impact player from the mo- 
ment she put on an Arizona 
only as a uniform," said Arizona head 

vounq coach Joan Bonvicini. "She's 

a great competitor. I think 

she's gotten better every sea- 
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really developed into a good 
leader, but I think she's still 
learning that." 
In addition, Wheeler was also forced to adapt 
to the Tucson environment, which she said dif- 
fers dramatically from the Windy City. 

"Tucson is definitely different from Chi- 
cago, where 1 was raised and where I want to 

go back and live," 

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definitely going to 
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it was really great, 
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lor the nearly 30 select, highly- 
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just that - a team. 

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Hun like being 
able to travel with the Wildcat foot- 
ball, volleyball, men's basketball and 
women's basketball teams to postseason 
competitions, and the chance to cheer on 
their school in front of thousands of fans 
each week. 

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team's captain, said that while taking so 
many trips can often catch up with them. 



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efore anyone's tear ducts open 
' up again when seeing that the 
UA men's basicetbaii team squandered 
a 15-polnt lead in the final four minutes 
of their heartbreaking. Elite Eight loss to 
top-ranked Illinois in Chicago - a loss 
that left seniors Salim Stoudamire and 
Channing Frye as the only four-year class 
since 1993 to fail to make a Final Four 
~ it's important to take a look at what the 
Wildcats did accomplish this season: 

- Thirty wins for just the third time in 
school history 

Earning a nation 's-best 21" con- 
secutive trip to the NCAA tournament as 
well as their 1 8"' straight 20-win season 

1 lead coach Lute Olson surpassed 
legendary John Wooden as the Pac-lO's 
all-time winningest coach 

- Three of Arizona's 30 wins - at 
home over UCLA, in Tempe over ASU 
and in the Sweet 16 over Oklahoma 
State - came on last-ditch eflbrts from 
Stoudamire, who led the nation in 3-point 
shooting and effectively putting to rest 
talk from the other coast - and ESPN's 
Dick Vitalc - that Duke's J.J. Redick is 
the best pure shooter in the country 

- Stoudamirc's game-winner against 
ASU won the Wildcats their 11'" Pac-10 
title under Olson 

And the list goes on. 

But just because the Wildcats' return 
to prominence after a dismal first-round 
NCAA exit in 2004 to mediocre Seton 
Hall was littered with mini success 
stories doesn't mean the thought of being 
within an arm's length of reaching col- 
lege basketball's promised land doesn't 
still sting. 

"It hurts, it hurts a lot knowing how 
hard you worked all season," said UA 
freshman Jawann McClellan, who broke 
out as the Wildcats' true sixth man 
down the stretch of his first campaign in 
Tucson. 



McClellan contends that the Wildcats : 
should have won the game against Il- 
linois, and been on their way to St. Louis 
Instead, it was the favored lllini who 
made the short trip to the Arch, only to 
fall to North Carolina in the title game. 

"We were the better team out there 
for 36 minutes," McClellan said. 

For Olson, never one to shy away 
from being critical of his team when they 
fail to reach their prescribed goals, the 
loss to Illinois hurt in a different way 
than usual. 

"It was really hard for me, but it was 
hard for me for the kids," he said. "If yoi 
didn't care who won, I don't know that 
you could ask for more of an effort out o 
a bunch of kids on both teams. This gauK 
was played at a high level, with unbeliev 
able passion and intensity. We had our 
chances; we just didn't close them off." 

Looking forward to another semi- 
rebuilding campaign in 2005-2006, 
minus Frye and Stoudamire, but with 
the much-improved Ivan Radenovic and 
Kirk Walters down low and the ready- 
to-shine Mustafa Shakur quarterbacking 
the offense in a make-or-break year for 
the junior point guard, the Wildcats knov 
they have their work cut out for them. 

Work like knocking off Pac-10 
tournament champion and No. I NCAA 
seed Washington, who took two of three 
from the Wildcats in 2004-2005 and ha\ 
dominated the series of late, winning 
five of the last six meetings between the 
schools. 

The sting of the way the Wildcats' 
season ended surely hasn't gone away 
yet, even after Stoudamire and Fiye are 
fitted for jerseys with their new NBA 
team. 

"It all happened so fast," McClellan 
said. 

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They came as two-fifths of what was con- 
sidered one of UA Hall of Fame head coach 
Lute Olson's greatest recruiting classes. 

They left side by side, the only two still 
standing clad in cardinal and navy, a pair of 
four-year starters who took the hearts of Wildcat 
men's basketball fans on a roller coaster ride, and 
nearly took their team to the promised land. 

There were few mountains left for senior 
stalwarts Channing Frye and Salim Stoudamire 
to climb this season, yet one still bigger than the 
rest. But despite a heartbreaking overtime loss 
to top-ranked Illinois in the Elite Eight - a game 
that was a certain UA victory until a late-game 
collapse of cataclysmic proportions - the pair 
still managed to keep their eyes focused on the 
horizon, with their memories of Tucson and the 
UA not littered by the what-ifs of not reaching 
the Final Four. 

Salim shines on last leg of UA career 

"You learn from experiencing, and I've had 
my fair share of negativity here, and I've learned 
from it and put it all behind me. I had a great 
senior year," Stoudamire said. ; 

That great senior year, one that .saw the 
nation's best shooter hit three game-winning 
shots and Ail-American honors across the board 
almost never happened. 

Multiple suspensions, a media blitz of scru- 
tiny, and a fed up head coach on his last wit with 
his standout player littered the first 3 V2 seasons 
of Stoudamire's UA career. 

But during the stretch run - one where the 
Wildcats' hopes of a title run ran side by side 
with the arc of one of Salim's long-range bombs 
- Stoudamire did more than come into his own. 

"1 expected myself to become a better basket- 
ball player, meet new people, and just have fun 
and enjoy it." Stoudamire said. "My senior year 
really summed that up, and now I'm satisfied." 

On the court. Stoudamire said he's always 
'been the same player, working with his team- 



mates to win every battle 

"Off the court, (1 remember) just interacting 
with my teammates and my coaching staff and 
their support, supporting me and my teammates, 
and just the loving atmosphere Arizona had to 
provide," he said. 

As Stoudamire prepares for a shot at NBA 
stardom, he can pinpoint what he will take with 
him as he departs Tucson. ] 

"My mental approach to games (is what has 
changed)," he said. "1 have to credit my team- 
mates, my coaching staff for that because they 
stuck with me through thick and thin." 

Frye keeps Cats on course 

Channing Frye, during his four years as the 
Wildcats' primary post presence, could be called 
the anti-Salim. 

Where the embattled Stoudamire's tenure was 
mired by suspension and conflict, and eventually 
the success he'd been looking for, the presence 
of the 6-foot- 1 1 Frye was not only key to the 
Wildcats' stability in the paint, but off the court 
as well. 

"He's just gotten a lot better since he got here 



as a freshman, and that s been true every year 
since he's been here," Olson said. "It's because 
of how hard he works." 

Frye's guidance and leadership could be 
missed by Olson more than the 15 points and 
eight boards he consistently brought to the table 
every game. 

Sophomore forward Ivan Radenovic. who 
hails from Serbia-Montenegro, said that Frye has 
helped him find a place at Arizona in more ways 
than one. 

"He helped me adjust to this culture and this 
type of basketball," Radenovic said. "He's the 
guy who has shown me the right way." 

"I think he's a great person," Radenovic 
added. "Not just with players but with every- 
body. When people stop him on the street and ask 
him for autographs or ask for a picture with him, 
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very sports team has icons. They are the markers to 
which the rest of the team sets their sights; they are 
leaders by example. Some seasons it is hard to find a single 
shining star. 

Such is the case this year for the Gymcats. Who has 
stepped up in both attitude and accomplishment to prove 
themselves as a leader? There are many great candidates to 
choose from. 

Monica Bisordi: 2005 Pacific 10 all-around performer, 
all-time leading scorer with 2,081.865 career points. She is the 
only Gymcat to surpass the 2,000-point barrier. 

Katie Johnson: Only the third gymnast in all of UA history 
to hit a perfect 10 on floor, Johnson is a disciplined gymnast 
that has posted career bests of 9.900 on both the vault and 
balance beam. She persevered through injuries that kept her 
from performing on bars, keeping her overall score lower than 
it could have been, yet still remained competitive. 

Jamie Duce: Continually posting scores in the 9.8-9.9 
range, earning her an all-around score of 39.300. Duce cer- 
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)unt out any Gymcat on the year's roster. 

The team draws its strength as individual 
jrformers through each other member. With a 
;sire contained by each member to accomplish 
eat feats for their own goals is an even larger 
;sire to accomplish greater feats, propelling their 
am to greatness. 

This season, 
' those feats propelled 
the Gymcats to 
fourth place at the 
2005 NCAA South 
J? Central Regional. 
. Johnson and 
^ Bisordi began the 
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floor exercise, wherein freshman Karin Wurm, 
sophomore Aubrey Taylor and freshman Dani- 
elle Hicks helped the senior leaders push the 
Gymcats through the final three rotations of the 
night. 

In the coming year, the team is left with a 
slightly larger void than usual as six members 
of the team are graduating: Bisordi, Johnson, 
Jamie Schell, Stevie Fanning, Duce and Kristine 
Harper. 

Though there is no replacing the bonds that 
have been fonned by the departing seniors, the 
remaining Gymcats will continue as before, 
welcoming with open arms six incoming fresh- 
men for the 2005-2006 season. Forming new 
bonds and instilling in the new members what 
has been instilled in every Gymcat before: there 
is always a space open for another icon when 
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hard and competed with 
nerves of steel entering 
the beginning or last 
position in a routine, the 
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with her a very classical, 
polished style that is im- 
mediately recognizable 
to the wildcat faithful. 

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Head Coach 



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pion athlete is invaki- 
ablc to a collegiate swim 
program. It adds to the 
prestige of the team, while 
enticing possible top-notch 
recruits and setting the bar for 
everyone on the squad. 

The Arizona swim team 
racked up three individual 
titles last month |WHEN?1 
by juniors Simon Burnett and 
Marshi Smith and senior Emily 
Mason. 

Those three continued the 
long history of the Arizona 
swim team capturing NCAA 
titles. 

Burnett took the individual 
title in the 200-yard freestyle 
last month with a time of I : 
33.28 and currently holds the 
record in the event. 

Smith won the individual 
title in the lOOy backstroke 
with a time of 52.82, which is 
also a school record. 

Finally, Mason took the 
crown in the 500y freestyle for 
the second year in a row in 4: 
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best in the event. 

But the statistics only go 
so far. 

What does it really take to 
be an NCAA champion? 

It's not just about a time; 
it's about an attitude and a 
heart, as these three athletes 
demonstrate. 

Both Mason and Burnett 
thought that they were capable 



of winning their titles, but 
Smith added a big "hell no" to 
the question of if she planned 
this froin the beginning of the 
season. 

"I wanted to defend my 
title, but I try not to expect 
things and just give my best 
effort," Mason said. 

Burnett said that he knew 
he was capable of being NCAA 
champion, after setting the re- 
cord earlier in the season in the 
event, despite being plagued by 
illness for part of the season. 
He said he thought if every- 
thing came together right he 
was capable of taking the title. 

All three swimmers agreed 
that being an NCAA champion 
does improve the confidence of 
a swimmer. 

"It's given me a lot of 
confidence; (it) makes me 
more confident in my swim- 
ming which will help in future 
races," Smith said. 

To Burnett, "God-given tal- 
ent" only goes so far. The svip- 
port of the team and coaches 
also contributed to his success. 

Smith said she had the 
advantage of flying under the 
radar. 

"I came out of nowhere for 
a lot of people. I wa.sn't feeling 
overconfident. I was swimming 
against a lot of swimmers who 
had beaten mc before. I just 
had to tell myself that this year 
was different, that on this day I 
was better," Smith said. 




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obert Cheseret doesn't 

discriminate. 

Fall or spring, hill-laden 
terrain or NASCAR-like oval, 
nobody dare try to catch up 
with the UA"s cross-country 
and track and field sensation. 

Cheseret, the 2 1 -year old 
distance sensation, coming ofT 
a fall 2004 cross-country slate 
that saw him win the Pac-10 
Championship and cam the 
conference's runner of the 
year nod, took his trade to the 
stadium in spring 2005, blitz- 
ing past the competition to 
even better results: the NCAA 
1 0,000-meter championship. 

Not that winning on both 
the cross country and track 
and field levels is new to 
Cheseret; he did after all win 
the 2004 5,000-meter title, 
proving his diversity and im- 
portance to the UA team. 

All Cheseret - and team- 
mates like sophomore Adam 
K.uehl and Sean Shields, 
earning fourth-place NCAA 
finishes in the discus and the 
shotput, respectively - did at 
this year's NCAA Champion- 
ships was bring the Wildcat 
men's team to a ninth place 
overall finish. 

But Cheseret wasn't the 
only UA track star that can 
take control of a meet in a 
single shuffle of the feet. 

Senior Sharifa Jones was 



a stalwart for the Wildcat 
women's team throughout her 
career, setting school records 
in the 1 00-meter outdoor 
hurdles ~ 13.10 seconds - and 
the 60-meter indoor hurdles 
-8.18 seconds - in her time at 
theUA. 

"In the three years that 
she's been here, she's made a 
tremendous impact," said UA 
head coach Fred Harvey. "She 
covers so many events." 

This season, her last at the 
UA, .lones earned All-America 
honors in the 60-meter hurdle 
event, finishing 1 I"' at March's 
NCAA Indoor National Cham- 
pionships. 

Heading into conference, 
regional and national com- 
petitions near the end of the 
season, Harvey said the team 
was focused more on getting 
individual athletes prepared 
for the late-season meets. 

"We're more of a national- 
level type of team, because 
of the type of individuals we 
have on our team, as opposed 
to a dual-meet team," he said. 
"(We) always understand 
that Pac-IOs and the NCAA 
Championships are really 
where we're looking to be at 
our best." 

With runners like Cheseret 
leading the way, the Wildcat 
track and field managed to do 
just that - looking its best in 
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struggled at times throughout the 
2005 season, but no blow will hurt 
more than what the Wildcats will 
be missing come the start of the fall 
2005 season. 

Head coach Bill Wright, at the 
helm of the UA program for nearly 
two decades, stepped down from 
his post following the Wildcats 8-11 
season. Wright makes way for as- 
sistant Tad Berkowitz. who's set to 
take over the top job and try and ease 
the loss of the team's legendary head 
coach come the 2005-2006 season. 

Unfortunately for the Wildcats, 
they'll also be without senior cap- 
tain Colin O'Grady. who finished his 
UA career as the team's top player. 
Fellow senior Paul Warkentin. who 
notched more than 20 wins dur- 
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grew the most, 
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n college athletics, success isn't always 
measured in wins and losses - Just ask 
the UA women's tennis team. 

Few stats are more deceiving than the 
Wildcats' 1-7 record in Pacific 10 Confer- 
ence play in 2005, and a 7-12 mark overall 

The same team that could win only once 
in eight tries in arguably the nation's tough 
est collegiate tennis conference also hnishe 
its season ranked among the nation's top 
five dozen teams, at No. 57 overall. 

The same team that finished just a mate) 
over .500 during non-conference play also 
finished out with three of the nation's top 
singles players - seniors Dianne Hollands, 
Maja Mlakar and Kelly Perry - and one of 
the NCAA's most accomplished doubles 
teams in the preseason No. 1 duo of Hol- 
lands and Mlakar. 

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emergence of sophomore Kasia Jakowlew 
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The senior trio, paced by the steady 
)llands and her top-35 individual ranking, 
maged to card a record of 35-20 overall. 
)llands finished her UA career right at the 

ury marie, collecting 100 singles wins, 
lile she and Mlakar, a former top- 10 na- 
singles player herself, formed one of 
! nation's most formidable doubles pair- 
1$, rattling off win streaks of five and 10 
Itches en route to an 18-3 overall record 
i No. 15 final national ranking after open- 
; the year atop the polls. 
"Dianne has brought a certain level of 
egrity and class to the program that it des- 
ately needs. Her work ethic is wonderful 
1 you have to admire that," UA assistant 
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list a year after his world was 

turned upside down, no one could 

have expected senior Nathan Lash- 
y to be the Wildcat men's golf team's 
lost stable contributor. 

But that's just what Lashley was, 
rock of consistency who, along with 
304 Pac-10 individual champion Henry 
iaw, helped pace the Wildcats back to 
e NCAA championship tournament in 
)05. 

Lashley, whose parents and girl- 
iend all died as a result of a plane 
ash last year while returning home to 
ebraska after seeing Lashley play in 
e NCAA regionals, finished the 2005 
CAA regionals in second place, helping 
rizona qualify for the NCAA champion- 
lips for the 19"^ straight season. 

The senior certainly saved his best 
)llegiate golf for last - posting runner- 
) finishes in three of four starts heading 
to the NCAA championships. 

Lashley and Liaw, a sophomore who 
irried the Wildcats' to the 2004 Pac-10 
lampionship and a third Place NCAA 



mark a year earlier, finished tied atop the 
UA scorecard, both posting 71.61 stroke 
averages for the year. Lashley's second 
place finish at the Pac- 1 championships, 
coupled with four other top- 10 finishes, 
joined Liaw's five top- 10s to earn the duo 
all-conference and all-regional honors. 

Neither Lashley nor Liaw has caught 
the public's eye yet, like former Wild- 
cats Ricky Barnes and Chris Nallen did 
on their way to record-setting careers in 
Tucson, but the reliability and leadership 
of the Wildcats' top duo in 2005 should 
pace the Wildcats to a 20"' NCAA cham- 
pionship tourney appearance in 2006. 

Lashley was lucky enough to have 
the chance to learn under the likes of both 
Barnes and Nallen for most of his time 
at the UA. Liaw, on the other hand, will 
take what he's learned from his current 
senior teammate during his two seasons 
at the UA, surely using Lashley's wisdom 
to guide a young Wildcat squad - with 
up-and-comers in fellow sophomore Josh 
Esler and Brian Prouty and freshman phe- 
nom Travis Esway - back to the top of the 
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hi wiiat was unconditionally a 
rebuilding year for the UA women's 
golf team - after AU-American Erica 
Blasberg turned pro after her sopho- 
more year in 2004 -junior Cassandra 
Kirkland of Saint-Nom-La-Breteche, 
France, stepped into the spotlight. She 
earned All-Pac- 10 honors and an Hon- 
orable Mention All-America nod in her 
first year as the leader of head coach 



Greg Allen's squad. 

But Kirkland, fellow junior Lani 
Elston and seniors Miriam Kraschinski 
and Mar Garcia couldn't manage to get 
over the hump collectively; the Wild- 
cats failed to make the NCAA Cham- 
pionship Tournament for the first time 
since 1994. Kirkland still managed to 
keep one streak alive for the UA pro- 
gram however: 1 8 straight seasons with 
a women's golf All-America nod. 

Kirkland's four top- 10 finishes, 
73.83 stroke average and pair of 
career-low rounds of 67 this season put 



her in select UA company, including 
Blasberg, LPGA star Lorena Ochoa and 
arguably the greatest women's golfer 
of all time, fonner Wildcat standout 
Annika Sorenstam. 

Despite the loss of seniors Kra- 
schinski and Garcia, both four-year 
stalwarts in the Wildcat lineup, the 
return of Kirkland and fellow juniors 
Lani Elston and Whitney Whelch next 
season should put the Wildcats in 
position to start a new streak of NCAA 
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he college softball landscape has supposedly 

changed. 

"College Softball will never again be Ari- 
zona against the field. The field has fought back, 
in part because (UA head coach Mike) Candrea 
set the standard for excellence that many other 
programs have now hit." 

Those sentiments, penned by proverbial UA 
sports expert and Arizona Daily Star columnist 
Greg Hansen after the end of the UA softball 
team's 2005 season, 
and echoed by many ^ 
fans who saw the 



Wildcats struggle College softbal 

more during the past 

two seasons than ^9^'*" ^e Arizor 

they had in the past field. 

two decades, could j 

have been considered ' 

blasphemy when this i 

year's senior class 

first came to Tucson. 

But, as Hansen 
said in the same 
piece, "Welcome to college fastpitch, 2005, so 
much different than the game we once knew," 
things have changed as much as they're the same 
for UA softball. 

Gone are the days where the Wildcats domi- 
nate, picking teams apart at random, winning 
game after game via the NCAA's five-inning 
mercy rule. 

And gone are the days where Arizona cruises 
its way to the Women's College World Series, 
dismantling opponents along the way. 

But even in another "down" year - the Wild- 



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cats were shocked during opening weekend play 
in last year's NCAA tournament, despite entering 
the postseason as the nation's top-ranked team 
- even with little offense and an overworked ace 
in Ail-American Alicia Hollowell, even with the 
Pac- 1 catching up to the Wildcats, Arizona still 
made it back to the WCWS for the 1 7th time in 
18 years in 2005, and won a share of the Pac- 10 
title. 

Arizona may have scored just three runs 
during its WCWS trip to Oklahoma City, but a 



trio of epic battles -a 
,_. 12-inning, 3-2 victory 

^^,^sr™^ over California and a pair 

ill never of error-caused 1-0 losses 

to Tennessee and Texas 
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kind of adversity, even 
Greg Hansen frozen bats, the Wildcats 

Arizona Daily Star are still the cream of the 

college softball crop. 

Sophomores Caitlin 
Lowe and Kristie Fox 
improved upon their 
impressive freshman 
campaigns by putting up gaudy numbers at the 
plate. Lowe, the Wildcats" season-long leadoff 
hitter and center fielder put up a robust .5 10 clip 
at the plate, en route to being named one of three 
finalists for the National Player of the Year award. 
Compared to Lowe, Fox finished with a mod- 
est .365 average, despite spending the majority 
of the season leading the nation in RBls. The 
shortstop knocked in 63 runs through the team's 
first 46 games, but managed just one through 
the Wildcats' final 1 1 contests. The culprit down 
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1,000th career at Hillenbram 
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smart and decided not to pitch to her. 

As for Hoilowell, the three-time All-American with an itch for rewriting the Wildcat 
record books, finished her Junior season with a 31-9 record and 0.88 ERA. Among her 
best weekends in the circle all year, Hoilowell willed the Wildcats to a share of the 
conference crown by throwing eight shutout innings, picking up a win and a save in 
a two-game sweep of Stanford on the last weekend of regular season action. Arizona 
came into the final series fourth in the conference standings. 

While it may be true that the times are changing among the college softball land- 
scape, it's not likely UA head coach Mike Candrea - he of the more than 1 ,000 career 
victories, a feat he reached this season - will take the increase in competition sitting 
down. 

Neither will the Wildcats' slew of 3.000 rabid fans per game who have grown ac- 
customed to the addition of championship banners on the Hillenbrand Stadium walls 
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' he resurrected Arizona baseball 
team may not have made it to a 
_ second straight College World Se- 
ries in 2005, and the Wildcats may have 
stumbled down the stretch, dropping 
their first Pac-10 series of the season on 
the final weekend of regular season play. 

But if the news head coach Andy 
Lopez and his players received the day 
after they were eliminated from NCAA 
tournament play by defending National 
Champion Cal State FuUerton is any indi- 
cation, UA fans can be sure that Wildcat 
baseball is back, and with a vengeance. 
^ A day after completing one of the 
program's most successful seasons 
since it rattled off three national titles 
in 10 years in the 1970s and "SOs, eight 
Wildcats were chosen within the first 
14 rounds of the Major League Base- 
ball amateur draft. Heading the list for 
the Wildcats is All- American outfielder 
Trevor Crowe, the 2005 Pac-10 co-player 
of the year and a finalist for the Golden 
Spikes Award, given to the top collegiate 
player in the country each season. Crowe 
was taken in the first round with the 
14"' overall selection by the Cleveland 
Indians. 



"I'm very happy for the guys," Lopez 
said, despite the fact he's slated to lose 
six everyday starters and the top two 
pitchers in his rotation heading into next 
season. "It's an exciting time for them 
and I know they're all ready for the chal- 
lenges that lie ahead. They've worked 
very hard to improve themselves not only 
as baseball players, but as people as well 
and I'm very humbled that they chose 
to come and play at Arizona. I have no 
doubt they'll be successful on the next 
level." 

Joining Crowe, who led the Pac-10 
in eight different statistical categories in 
2005 en route to a blistering .403 clip at 
the plate, in the Cleveland organization is 
first baseman Jordan Brown, the Pac-lO's 
RBI king with 80. Brown was taken in 
the fourth round by the Indians. 

Two more Wildcats were selected 
within the first five rounds, including 
catcher and Johnny Bench National 
Catcher of the Year finalist Nick Hund- 
ley, who led the Wildcats with 15 
homeruns. Hundley was a second round 
selection by the San Diego Padres. Ace 
hurler John Meloan, the first Wildcat to 
win 10 games or more in back-to-back 
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Saturday starter Kevin Guyctte 
joined Meloan in the l()-\vin club, 
earning him the defending World 
Series Champion Boston Red Sox's 
10"' round selection. 

Senior outfielder Jeff Van Houten 
was taken in the 1 3"' round by the 
Florida Marlins after capping his 
four-year UA stint with a .348 career 
batting average, while junior center- 
fielder Chris Frey was taken in the 
1 1 "' round by the Colorado Rockies. 
Junior second baseman Brad Boyer 
rounded out the Wildcats" list of 
draftees, earning the Seattle Mari- 



ners' 14"' round selection. 

Just because what was arguably 
Arizona's biggest news of the year 
came after its season was already 
over doesn't mean the season wasn't 
a success in its own right. The Wild- 
cats finished a single victory away 
from winning 40 games - 39-2 1 
overall, 17-7 Pac-10 - en route to a 
second-place Pac-10 finish and a No. 
2 seed in the NCAA tournament. The 
Wildcats were ranked in the nation's 
top 10 for most of the season, and 
most importantly took four of five 
contests from rival Arizona State 
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■^ fry bread Saturday night at Phi Beta 
I Sigma's stand at Spring Fling. 



Spring Fling Club Award 

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Executive Director Award: 
PAIN: Prc-Nursing/Arizona Wildcat Off-Road 
(Combined Booth) 

Awarded to the booth that exemplifies the stan- 
dards and attitude of Spring Fling 
Presented by Amanda Mcaker, Spring Fling Ex- 
ecutive Director and industrial engineering senior 

Dean's Trophy: 

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (ME- 

ChA) 

Awarded to the most overall outstanding booth 

Presented by Associate Dean of Student Life Jim 

Drnek 

Most Spirited Award: 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Presented by the Spring Fling staff to the club 

or organization they feel demonstrated the most 

enthusiasm and best service to their patrons. 

A judging committee also selected three awards 
based on sampling of all the booths. Judges in- 
cluded members of ASUA student government, 
members of Residence Life, representatives from 
the Dean of Students office. Risk Management 
and other areas of the university. 

Best Food Booth - Society of Automotive En- 
gineers 

Best Facade, Original Food - Kappa Kappa 
Psi/Tau Beta Sigma 

Best Facade, Original Game - College of 
Medieval Arts and Combat 

"The judges were looking for innovative, unique, 
and creative facades and foods, people, service, 
and atmosphere," said Nathan Postillion, Spring 
Fling's club relations director and a political sci- 
ence senior. "It is a hard process because we have 
so many great clubs every year that put tons of 
effort into everything they do," he said. "But there 
are those few that stand out above the rest." 



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by Lauren Miller 

or surf lovers, Arizona may have sand and sun, but it lacks 

a key ingredient: water. So it may come as a surprise that 

the University of Arizona is home to a 200-member strong 
Arizona Surfer club. 

"It's highly contradictory," said John Mizell, the club's 
founder and astronomy senior. "But that's why we have the 
club. We get people together so we can find some water." 

While the nearest waves are hundreds of miles away, the Ari- 
zona Surfers decided to bring their sport closer to home. Mizell 
said he created the club so surfers like himself would have a 

network at the UA. 

"You can call your 
buddies and say 'who 
I wants to go suifing this 
I weekend?' We'll carpool 
I to San Diego or someone 
I will just say '1 have an 
r| open seat and I'm go- 

ing to California, who 

1 wants to go?'" Mizell 
explained. 

Public administration freshman and Co- Vice President Liz 
Ellerson said that the club was unique because their interests 
lay so far away. "We feel each other's pain and truly value time 
reminiscing and planning surf excursions," she said. 

Plus, she adds, they prove that "desert folk can rip it too!" 
More importantly, the Arizona Surfers serve as a forum for 
spreading the love of surfing and for breaking the stereotypes 
that seem to ride with surfers. Many of the surfers were former 
Californians or had grew up with the waves. "My dad is an old 
surf bum and taught me and my family all love the ocean," said 
Ellerson. However, surf expertise is not required for member- 
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natives who have never caught a wave. 

"If you don't know how (to surf) but are interested, that's 
great," said Ellerson. "We love the opportunity to share qui 
passion with others and are more than willing to teach then 
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as possible. "We just 
want to spread the 
good cheer of surf- 
ing," he emphasized. 
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surfing has this 'cool' 
stigma to it and 1 want 
to get rid of that. The 
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matter who you arc." 

1 The Arizona Surfers' club style is as laid back and friendly 
S the members. An eclectic group of novices and newbies, 
icy plan numerous surfing excursions, including a trip to Baja, 

o over spring break and a surf safari to California. 

; "We packed up a 
t couple of cars, threw 

the boards on top and 
i headed to Califorina, 
\ where we camped, 
= surfed and partied for 

four days," Ellerson 

said. 
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social," Mizell said. 

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etings and open 




houses where 
we'll throw on 
a surf flick and 
drinks some 
lemonade on a 
Saturday night. 
We don't need 
to get plastered 
to just enjoy a 
mellow shin- 
dig." 

The Arizona Surfers hope the club will only grow stronger 
over the years, and that more of the club's 200-plus members 
will participate in meetings and excursions. Mizell also said 
that he hoped to eventually expand the love of surfing into the 
Tucson community. He had been pursing a program that would 
take Tucson youth out to experience the ocean first-hand, to give 
them the chance to experience something they might never get 
to do. "They 
only see ^, 
surfing on 
TV or shop 
at Hollister 
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_ ombine one of the country's 
■ most prestigious collegiate 
medical centers, a group of 
hard-working undergrads and 
a cheeky acronym, and the 
result is PAIN. 

Professional Achievements in Nurs- \ 
ing, that is. . 

"We wanted something more / i 
creative than just the Pre-Nursing . 
club," said Cassy Gode, current ~j ,: 
president and one of the founding * 
members of PAIN. V ' 

In light of the extreme com- A**^ 
petition surround- /^ ing f ' 
UA's elite nursing ^ a 

program, Gode / v '^^ ' 

said that / 
PAIN was / '^ 
created in 

2004 for pre- ^ 

nursing students to be 
part of an "academic pipeline" 
to get them closer to the College of 
Nursing. 

"We want PAIN to allow pre- ' 
nursing students to feel connected ,1 
to the College of Nursing early on, 
so that once they get in it is not so 
intimidating," Gode, also a nursing 
junior, said. 

Among this club's activities were , 
multiple community service proj- ' 
ects, including several fundraising 
walks for various charities. They also 
joined the Sunnyside Neighborhood 
Association for their annual Southside 
Clean-Up event, where club members 
got down and dirty to restore a Tucson 
community. 

Something new for the club this 
year is a Patient Care Technician train- 
ing program, which allowed members to 
experience working in the hospital 
environment before entering the ,( 
College of Nursing. 
pain's proudest accomplishment. 



according to Gode, was taking second- 
place honors for their Homecoming float 
in this year's parade. 

"We all worked really hard on it, and 
were totally excited to find out we 
-^""^ ^ . won second place, since it 
was the first time our 
xy ^^ club has done any- 
. ^ *^ thing big like that," 
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f-- / major is wel- 

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Gode said. "We 

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and volunteer events 

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X^ "o that if 

some- 
f' one is ~ inter- 
ested but doesn't know 
\, very much about nursing, 
V they can come to our club 
I and discover what nurs- 
ing is about and if nursing 
y would be a good decision 
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IB r someone were to haiul o\er a aming baton 
Hj and say. "eat it." most people would not take 
them too seriously. That is. unless (hat per- 
son was a member of the .Street Performing 
and Incendiary Arts club on campus. 

The club of about 15 people, eight of 
which are UA students, meet regularly to 
twirl, juggle, dance and perform martial arts with 
tire. 

The club was started by Matthew Johnson, 
a former UA student, in order to get lire fiends 
together to practice, build skills and e\entually 
perform. 

"Getting this club started on campus was not 
easy; it was a long process beginning with Risk 
Management to even let us practice on campus." 
.lohnson said. 

But students like 2()()4-2()()3 SPIA President 
Katheriiie Moore were thankful for his persis- 
tence. 

"It looked so amazing: it was just one of those 
things I really wanted to learn." she said. 

These brave individuals stalled to learn the 
basics by simply becoming comfortable with the 
si/e and weight of the pois. the object they set 
on lire during performances. Another significant 
part of their training revolved around lire safety 




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Department w ithin the university. Once the ame- 
less poi became second nature, the fun with lire 
began. 

The image of fire spinning swiftly around a 
mo\ ing body is exhilarating; the image catches 
the eye and draw s any spectator in. Many students 
decided to join because they saw the club mem- 
bers practicing and became heavily enticed by the 
frightening yet invigorating image of someone 
eatinu lire. 



tlark aiitl encoiuages anyone w ho becomes en- 
tranced to Jiuiip in and try it. They may look fierce 
w hile eating fire, but they are \cry v\elcoming. 

Members like Paula Spicerkuhn, a psychology 
Jimior and the club treasurer, highly encourages 
\ isitors to try it out. She said that was how she got 
started, simply by twirling fire. Now. Spicerkuhn 
says that eating fire is just like, "eating hot soup, 
only you have to give it a day to heal." 

The images created by tire tw iriing and danc- 
ing are stunningly beautiful. The experience 
of creating them is ever more so astounding. i 
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t a campus lined with palm trees and famous 
for its sunny weather, it seems fitting that the Uni- 
versity of Arizona is home to one of 
the best student steel drum bands. 
This year, the tropical rhythms and 
§ smooth beats of the band not only took 
TO audiences beachside, but also took the 
band itself UA Steel highlighted their 
year with a week in Trinidad, birth- 
place of the steel pan drum. 

The steel program at the UA has 
ffl been around for the better part of 20 
years. Founded in 1 987 by Gary Cook, 
director of percussion, and then doc- 
toral student Jeannine Remy, the steel 
club consists of two bands, the more 
9- advanced of which is better known as 
UA Steel. 

While Remy has since moved 
« on to teach in Trinidad, Cook is still 
involved with the band. In addition 
jj_ to handling the administrative work, 
« Cook works closely with the graduate 
students who instruct the bands each 
year. The instructor this year was 
Mike Sammons, a graduate teaching 
assistant in the school of music. 

The purpose of the steel program is to allow 
students interested in the steel drum a chance to 
play as part of a group and to learn about the culture 
behind the music. 

The steel bands are self-supporting. In addition 
to university-sponsored concerts each semester, 
UA Steel performs various gigs around town and 
Arizona. A typical gig may have been a wedding, 



for which they earn around $500 an hour. 
Most of the money goes toward purchasing 
new instruments as well as maintaining of 
the 55-gallon drums. 

While at some performances the band 
was known to play covers of popular songs, 
including rock tunes and even Michael Jackson, they 
stuck to mainly traditional cultural pieces. 

"The underlying philosophy is a very authentic 
approach," Cook said. "It's very important that the 
culture and heritage is presented authentically." 

While some of the members of UA Steel are 
music majors, they aren't nec- 
essarily percussionists. For that 
matter, many of them are not 
music majors at all. For exam- 
ple, Aileen Wong, a speech and 
hearing sciences and religious ■■ w^ 

studies junior, has spent four ^ \i 

semesters with the group. She 
heard about the steel drum pro- 
gram through her high school 
percussion instructor. 

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you want to do percussion 
at UA, join the steel band,'" 
Wong said. 

Wong accompanied the band 
for the first time to Trinidad, where, via a personal 
connection, they were invited to experience the 
annual Caribbean celebration of Carnival with 
The BWI Invaders, the oldest steel drum band in 
Trinidad. 

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ribbean and Spanish-speaking world, is a week-long, 
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zens will mortgage their homes in order to buy elaborate costumes for Mas, a large masquerade. 

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friendship and brotherhood present among the musicians in the pan yards. 

"The experience of Trinidad brought that feeling of community back home with us." she said. 




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ictory is not the goal 



competitive debate, racili- 
tate growth as a citizen and 
to promote knowledge of 
the legal system. However, 
UA Mock Trial knows how 
to win. 

This year, the Arizona 
team placed second at the UCLA Invitational and fifth 
and eighth places at the regional competition. This or- 
ganization also received fifth place at the Middle Ten- 
nessee State Invitational and sixth place at the Silver 
National Championship Tournament. 

Mock Trial is a competition between prosecution 
and defense teams, which consist of undergraduate 
students playing the roles of attorneys or witnesses 
in court. It is beneficial for those hoping to go to law 
school and also challenges students hoping to take 
part in vivid debate. 

Before the creation of this organization in 2002, 
mock trials were limited to members of the pre-law 
fraternity. Phi Alpha Delta. The president, Christo- 
pher Dang, considers Phi Alpha Delta a "community 
of everyday people doing extraordinary things" in- 
stead of a simplistic organization and is "committed 

to developing the skills 
and bonds that students 
need in order to advance 
towards a career in law." 
Founded by Jeremy 
Tor in 2002, Mock Trial 
at the University of Ari- 
zona has allowed numer- 
ous students to take part 
in a courtroom setting. 

Ten to 15 hours a 
week are devoted to 
practice for upcoming 
tournaments and events. 
The set up of the trial is 
very similar to legitimate 
trials with opening and 
closing statements, three 
direct examinations, and 
three cross examina- 
tions. Also, Mock Trial 
is not restricted to their 
own courtroom sessions; 



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it has facilitated many high school mock trial 
events and regional and state tournaments as 



Members, who undergo an application pro- 
cess, pay nearly $1,000 annually in traveling 
costs and invitational fees, though the cost 
is priceless compared to the experience and 
knowledge they gain. ASUA helps to fund the 
Mock Trial organization. Considered the only 
speech competition program at the University 
of Arizona, Mock Trial is made up of about 20 
members. It is advised by the pre-law adviser, 
Verlaine Walker, and coached by local criminal 
defense attorneys Natasha Wrae and Mike Sto- 



Members of the Mock trial club practice their routine In the trial 
room at the James E. Rogers College of Law rm. 104. 



Below: From left, political science and sociology junior Chris- 
topher Dang, communications sophomore Amber Golden, com- 
puter science and management information systems senior 
Mike Harnden, bio chemistry, molecular and cellular biology, 
and German sophomore Michele Mozdzen, political science 
and Spanish junior Jeremy Tor, and business economics junior 
Brandon Magy. 







tby Melissa Taylor 
wo years ago, a close group of friends 
decided to form an official UA club so 
that anyone who shared in their passion 
of off-roading could all hit the trails together. 
Two years and miles of dirt and mud later, the 
Arizona Off-Road Club kept rolling. 

Mike French, Tyler French, Vem Johnson 
and George Jones worked together with the 
help of Sage Vissering, Jordan Louis and Ryan 
Miller to get the club up and running. 

When the club first began, a small group 
of about 1 members met on the front porch 
Johnson's house on Park Ave, this year, all 130 
members could meet in a large room in the 
Student Union, said Stu Sherman, a mechani- 
cal engineering sophomore. Approximately 40 
of 130 of the members met on a regular basis 
to crawl along the rocks and race through the 
sand dunes. 

The members of the Arizona Off-Road 
club not only go off-roading, they also get 
together to modify their vehicles to make them 



more off-road capable, they also 

teach beginners how to handle 

the trails. The group usually goes 

off-roading in the Tucson area 

in places such as; Chivo Falls 

and Charlau Gap. On holidays 

and long weekends they hit the Glamis Sand 

Dunes located between Yuma and San Diego, 

Sherman explained. 

Most of the active members have 4X4 
Jeeps, but large trucks and SUV's are also 
common. On trips to Glamis, many of the 
members also bring out their smaller vehicles 
designed for the sand such as Dune buggies 
and ATV's. 

Members not only appreciate the thrill 
of off-roading, but also the passion shared 
throughout the group. 

As Sherman put it, "This club started out 
as a core group of friends, and even with its 
enormous growth, it has remained a core group 
of friends because of the dreams and passions 
of the founders". 







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end of the year social gathering in 
May. 




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tby Danielle Rideau 
he Arizona Blue Chip program "is designed to 
certify the top student leaders on campus, as 

'Arizona Blue Chips,' 
the finest graduates the 
University of Arizona can 
produce," according to the 
club's Web site. 

Blue Chip is a four- 
year comprehensive 
development program with 
a mission of "build(ing) 
leaders who will make a 
difference." 

Throughout the stages 
of the program, smdents 
work on interpersonal 
skills including communi- 
cation, conflict resolution 
and ethical decision-mak- 
ing. These skills are ex- 
tremely important to suc- 
cess in the "real world," 
according to senior 
coordinator for leadership 
Terrance Thompson, but 
can seldom be found in a 
college classroom. 




Students who participate in Blue Chip have a 
head start on most graduates in terms of life skills 
after college, and are taught to never stop learning. 

Blue Chip has made 
its participants more 
appreciative of the rich 
rewards of incorporat- 
ing diversity into their 
leadership, and all of 
them learn to understand 
the concept of service as 
it relates to leadership. 
Another lesson Blue 
Chip students learn, 
Thompson said, is an un- 
derstanding of leadership 
and responsibility. 

At any given time 
Blue Chip has about 550 
g students, and this year, 
3 32 graduated from the 

CO 

•5 program. To date, a total 
S of 162 students have 
§ graduated from Arizona 
I Blue Chip. 
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says, "leadership skills 
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ore than 50 people went out to the 
UA Mall January 19 to attend a 
candlelight vigil to honor the victims 
of the tsunami in Southeast Asia and hear 
speakers from different religions. 

The vigil was organized by the Association 
of Sri Lankans at the UA and featured speak- 
ers from various religious groups including 
Islamic, Buddhist, Presbyterian, Jewish and 
Bahai Faith. Representatives from each group 
offered their stories and insights on how they 
are dealing with the catastrophe and also to 
offer hope to the community, 

Pinnaduwa Kulatilake, geotechnical 
engineering professor, opened the vigil with a 
scientific look at the mechanics of the tsunami 
and commented on the victims. 

"These people need psycho-social assis- 
tance. Pray that people get assistance and have 
a strong mind to cope with this difficult situa- 
tion," Kulatilake said. 

Azad, director of the Islamic Center of Tuc- 
son, said Muslims greet each other with "peace 
be with you," and said, in a time like this, it is 
important to recognize how people treat each 
other and the state of the world. 

"The element of good is more than the ele- 
ment of evil. Goodness is the rule, evil is the 
exception," Azad said. 

Rev. Arjahn Sarayut of the Dhamma- 



ratanaram Buddhist Temple offered his own 
words of inspiration and encouragement. 

"One thing to never forget, united people all 
over the world bring love, kindness, compas- 
sion and harmony," Sarayut said. 

Sarayut sang a prayer with other monks 
from the temple and presented a thought for the| 
audience. 

"Thousands of candles can be lit from one 
candle," Sarayut said. 

Jean McClelland, director of community- 
based health information resources at the Col- 
lege of Public Health, was especially touched 
by Sarayut's words. 

"The Buddhist monk's words were real hu- 
man, more personal," McClelland said. 

McClelland was impressed with the simi- 
larities and differences between the speakers, 
regardless of her or the speakers' religious 
views. 

"It is interesting how the prayers were pan- 
religious and that there are so many different 
teachings and sayings, but they are all very 
similar," McClelland said. 

Steve Ormsby, a political science senior, 
said he was also thankful for the opportunity tol 
hear different voices. 

"It's just nice to hear people talk about 
personal experiences, like the priest," Ormsby 
said. "It's amazing how in the blink of an eye 
everything changes. It makes us realize we're 



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all human beings despite our differences," Ormsby said. 

Jennifer Ellis, a journalism senior, said she looked at things 

differently after attending the vigil. 

"It puts a new face on the situation, being able to see differ- 
ent religious perspectives. Sometimes we don"t know how other 

people react," Ellis said. 

Rachel Hughes, a science education liaison at the College of 

Phannacy, was grateful for the chance to show her support by 

attending the vigil. 

"It's a wonderful opportunity to show support for the (Sri ' 

Lankan) community." Hughes said. "Even if you're not religious. | 

it was nice to take a moment to think a little." ^ 

Amila Wigerathne, a junior at Catalina Foothills High " 

School, said he heard about the vigil from friends in ASLUA. He « 
1 said he was interested in attending because one of his friends was 5 
2 visiting Sri Lanka when the tsunami hit and she passed away, he 8 
i said. ^ 

I "I'm happy they did it. It helps to cope with the disaster." « 
g Wigerathne said. ^2 

^ Samanthi Hewakapuge. an outreach information specialist at S 
8 the Center for Toxicology, offered some insight into organizing i^ 

the vigil, even though it is not something commonly practiced by 5 

Sri Lankans. ■ 

"Sri Lankans don't have candle vigils, but we did it to cater to 
the American and Tucson community. We did research about how I 
to do one," Hewakapuge said. 

ASLUA also accepted donations at the \ igil for the relief ef- 
forts. 

"World Care did a hell of a good job," said Thusitha Paiuwatte. 
a second-year chemistry graduate student who was on tlie organiz- -E 
ing committee. « 

"A doctor from UMC even went to Sri Lanka to help," Palu- "5 
watte said. ^ 

Paiuwatte said support from the community has not stopped 
coming and everything is going to World Care, UNICEF or Amcri- . 
care. ,' 

McClelland 
hopes there will be 
updates on campus 
and opportunities to 
get involved in the 
relief effort. 

"This was one 
gesture, but there is 
so much over time 
that we need to do," 
McClelland said. 





Students gather on the mall for a candlelight 
vigil to honor those lost in the Tsunami that 
claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. 








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Above: Maggie Weston, president of the pre- 
veterinary honorary club, gets an up-close I 
look at a vulture during one of the clubs | 
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ost students gave up field trips to 

the zoo back in their elementary 

school days, but for members of the Pre- Vet 
Club, a trip to the zoo is more than an excuse 
to get out of class. It is a learning experience 
that gives aspiring veterinarians a sneak peak 
at some of their potential animal clients. 

This year, members of the Pre- Vet Club 
traveled to San Diego for the ultimate animal 
adventure. They toured the San Diego Zoo. 
Sea World and the Wild Animal Park on 
a four-day spring break trip that included 
behind-the-scenes looks at some of the parks' 
veterinary facilities. 

The club also went behind the scenes at the 
Phoenix Zoo, touring its veterinary clinic with 
one of the zoo's own vets. 

For the veterinary science, animal sciences 
and microbiology majors, it was all part of the 
preparation for a career in veterinary medicine. 

"We try to incorporate as much vet experi- 



ence as we can," said Mag- 
gie Weston, a veterinary 
science senior and president 
ofthePre-VetClub. "We 
try to do all sorts of activities to see if this is 
really what people are interested in doing." 

While coursework for veterinary science 
majors focuses primarily on science, the Pre- 
Vet Club gives student the opportunity to get 
out of the classroom and get more hands-on 
experience. 

The club participated in four equine endur- 
ance rides this year in Sonoita. Arivaca and 
Wickenburg, in which club members helped 
monitor horses' pulse rates at "vet checks" 
throughout a 20- to 50-mile run. 

Weston said the endurance rides exposed 
members to working with larger animals, 
which many did not have experience doing. 

In addition to exposing students to animals 
and animal facilities, the Pre- Vet Club helps 
aspiring veterinarians find internships and ap- 






ply to vet school while hosting speakers from 
vet schools and local animal clinics or wildlife 
preserves. 

Because the UA does not have its own 
vet school, most students go to Washington 
State or Colorado State universities for their 
four years of vet school. Those schools offer 
an exchange program that allows selected 
Arizona students to pay in-stale tuition rates, 
Weston said. 

Club member Kclli Spiker. a veterinary 
science and microbiology senior, said being 
in the Pre- Vet Club helped her connect with 
others in the major and with members of the 
local veterinary community, while helping her 
prepare to apply for vet school. 

.lanclle Millabas, also a veterinary science 
senior, said that since she started at the UA, 
she has learned just how challenging a career 
in animal medicine can be. 

"The reality of the program has showed 
me it's not all about playing with puppies and 
kitties," she said. 

Weston agreed that there's a lot more to 
being a vet. 

"It's like being a human doctor because 
anything you can do to a human, you can do to 
an animal," Weston said. "It's becoming a very 
respected field." 




Above: English fresh- 
man Lou Maturo, 
mechanical engineering 
sophomore Cameron 
Green, and psychology 
senior Matt Wesenberg, 
relax after a triathlon 
amongst other Tricats. 

Right: Lou Maturo, a 
freshman majoring in 
English, unzips his wet- 
suit while exiting the 
swim in Lake Havasu. 



hy Cassie Tomlin ^ _ . , ,,.,^. 

n a typical Saturday at 4 a.m., many UA students 

are just falling into their beds. 

At one such interval in spring 2005 however, 28 UA 
students were crawling out of their tents into the cold twi- 
light at the Crazy Horse Campgrounds at Lake Havasu City 
to fuel up on bananas and power bars, pump up their bike 
tires, grab their wetsuits and head to the starting line. 

The UA's club triathlon team, the Tricats, traveled on 
April 16, 2005, to Lake Havasu City for their final com- 
petition of the season, the National Collegiate Triathlon 
Championships. 

The national race is one of three swimming, biking, and 
running combination races the Tricats emphasize in their 
.scholastic-year-long season. Tucson's Tinfoilman and the 
Tucson Triathlon are two relatively short, fast races that 
are great for new triathletes, said Tricats President Matt 
Beauregard. 

"We've got an incredibly eclectic group of people, but 
especially some really competitive freshmen and sopho- 
mores," said Beauregard, a mathematics graduate student. 
"For most, it's their first or second season and we're kick- 
ing ass." 

Beauregard said the season's first races help newcom- 
ers, like Lou Maturo, taper their times and prepare for the 
team-orientated nationals. 





"He s a phenom- 
enal, beautiful runner, 
and he improved in 
swimming to go from 
non-competitive to 
competitive in a matter 
of months," Beaure- , 

gard said. H^fl 9^r 

Most of the Tricats' ^^H ^H^ ^ 
60 members join 
becau.se they already 

swim, bike or run, and want to do all three, Beauregard 
said. 

"The biggest thing is that it's a balancing act between 
three sports," Beauregard said. "The sport isn't about raw 
talent: it's about dedicating yourself to goals." 

In 2005 the nationals race, a 1,500-meter swim fol- 
lowed by a 40-kilometer bike ride before a 10-kilometer 
run, drew 600 students from more than 25 schools across 
the country, the largest crowd in the race's history. 

"Wc had a good time supporting all of the college 
teams, and ours did the best we could do," said Matt We- 
senberg. a psychology senior. "For me. it's the most school 
pride I'll ever feel." 

Chris Murphy, a mechanical engineering junior and 
first-year Tricat. said the national race was his second 
swimming in open water, which was slightly .scary. 

"We could taste the gasoline in the water," Murphy 
said, referencing the emissions of hundreds of motorboats 
crowding the man-made London Bridge Channel less than 
an hour after swimmers left the area, in which swimming is 
normally prohibited. .: 

Emily Edgar, a senior majoring in Spanish and Latin 
American studies, and Theresa Hill, a senior majoring in 
English, explained their pre-race mantras. 

"We visualize our biggest fears as our strengths," Edgar 
said. "I hate transitions (between swimming, running and 
biking). They're a pain in the ass. but they're just as big a 
part of the race as everything else." ■ 

The two said the team practices together twice a day. 
every day, but only once on Fridays. 

Practices range from 30-minute swims to three-hour 
bike rides and are not mandatory, but both said practicing 
with teammates is the best form of motivation. 

"We support each other, but we don't work together," 
Hill said. "At the same time, your teammates get pissed if 
you don't do well." 

After a late night of revelry and some alleged "naked 
running" at Crazy Horse with neighboring campers from 
Purdue and the University of New Mexico, the Tricats 
packed up their gear and headed back to Tucson, but many 
of them will return to nationals again in 2006. 

"We need people with that push who stay with the 
club." Beauregard said. "The goal is to provide a sup- 
portive, healthy, educative environment about triathlons. 
It shouldn't cater to elite professionals, but it's a diverse 
club." 





The leers, UA's women's club Ice hockey 
team, perform drills In preparation for their 
next game. 



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hy Elizabeth Tanori 

lom the locker room of Polar Ice skating rink, seventeen girls 
made their way onto the cold ice, dressed from head to toe 
in enough padding to make them look twice their size. After 
a few minutes of chatting, they gathered together to start 
another hour and a half 



practice on a rented rink. - 

To participate in a sport they 
grew fond off, the women of the 
Wildcat leers relived this scenar- 
io every Monday and Wednesday 
night at 9:00 p.m. The practices 
were held late in order to save 
the team money. 

It's half price on Monday 
nights if we go late, said Abby 
Silberman, an accounting sopho- 
more and leers treasurer. It's 
late but it's okay. 

The average season for 
the leers costs $30,000. This 
covered equipment, practice 
and game rentals, game officials 
and tournament entry fees. Any 
money not raised came from 
team member's pockets so the 
team took advantage of any sav- 
ings they could. 

Raising the money on their 
own was something the team 
had been doing since they were 
formed 6 years ago. It was one 
of the disadvantages of being a 
club on campus but there were 
many benefits to make up for it. 

A girl interested in joining 
the team did not have to try out to show her skills. In fact, for 
most girls, joining the team was their first experience in playing ice 
hockey, which is why new coach Torben Sluyter decided to guide 
the team in a different direction. 

Basically, we've just been working on fundamentals, explained 
Sluyter. We have such a vast disparity of talent that you got to kind 
of water the game down, not make it too complicated; make it free 
flowinc. 



Lisa Walsh, a journalism sophomore and leers captain, ac- 
credited the new coaching strategy as the reason for the team's 
success. Since this was an intense sport, knowing fundamentals 
was everything. 

You have to be really alert, said Walsh. You have to be really 
aware of what everything's going on around you and where your 
teammates are, where the other team is. It's a lot of footwork. 

Success wasn's all that came from the new coaching strategy. 
With it also came a new closeness that was not established in past 
years. 

Everyone's really encouraging, said Silbcmian. It's really nice 

because we have 
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fast as others but they 
don't get discouraged 
because we re all out 
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The new team 
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come very important 
to team members like 
Kristen Bowncss, a 
freshman in retail and 
consumer sciences. 
After scoring her first 
goal of the season, 
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being on the team and 
just everyone always 
looking out for you. 

Despite the struggle to obtain money for the season and other 
difficulties, such as not being able to use UA sports facilities, the 
team had become a family. They had learned to put all things aside 
and come together to participate in an intense game of hockey. 
They did this all while making great friendships and hoping to at- 
tract more UA women to the team. 



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bilce enthusiasts made their way through a game of polo. However, this was no ordinary game of polo. 

The eight to sixteen players hit the ball while mounted on bicycles instead of horses. Tipping over, run- 
ning into other players and "tacoing" the bike's wheels were just some of the actions that took place during 
the games. 

The games started over two and half years ago by DeJay Birtch, an employee of Genuine Innovations. 
Birtch, who had played the game before and wanted to introduce it to the Tucson area, decided to gather fel- 
low bike enthusiasts on the University's campus. 

"I actually kind of picked the spot because 1 thought it would be a good place to draw attention and have 
bicycle awareness," stated Birtch. 

This is just what he has done. In between trying to score, players help out fellow bicyclers with flat tires 
and bike repairs. They also encourage other bicyclers who pass by the field to join in on the fun, whether 
experienced in the sport or not. Jeremy Roggow, a downhill mountain-bike racer, explained that the sport is 
fun for all. 

"It's a lot like playing hockey on bikes. It's really rowdy and those of us who like to take it rowdy can 
play rowdy on each other; and those people who like to kick back get plenty of play time in," states Roggow. 
The group of mostly non UA students could be seen on the field all year long, no matter what the season. 

They came to value their time on the field 

as a way to make new friends and have fun 

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n the basement of the Ina Gittings building, the music is 
thumping as students pop, lock and break to the beat, practic 
ing their hip-hop moves in the Culture Rhythm club. 

New on campus in 2004, the Culture Rhythm club is a place 
for anyone looking for a challenging workout 
and a way to express themselves, hip-hop 
style. 

Aki Sugiyama, a senior who moved to 
Tucson from Los Angeles, started the Culture 
Rhythm club when he couldn't find anywhere 
else on campus to dance hip-hop. 

Sugiyama, a molecular and cellular biol- 
ogy and psychology major, leads the group of 
19 students, all with a love of dance and a de- 
sire to spread their passion to Tucson youth. 

"Hip-hop gives freedom," said club 
member Hitomi Yamanaka, a geography 
junior. "Hip-hop is the best way I can express 
myself. In hip-hop, I can just go for it." 

In addition to honing their dance skills, 
Sugiyama said the club hopes to do outreach 
with Tucson schools, encouraging youths 
to choose activities like dance over drugs, 
alcohol and gangs. 

"We want to emphasize this is something they can do to keep 
them away from drugs and gangs," Sugiyama said. "The thing 



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that saved me from going those ways in L.A. was dancing." 

Sugiyama said by performing at local schools. Culture 
Rhythm wants to help debunk the myth that "hip-hop is bad." 

"Hip-hop and break dance has a really bad image and we 
want to change that," said club member Kei Nagatomo, a biology 
sophomore. 

Renee Airo, a pre-physiological sciences 
^ sophomore, said after taking classes in mod- 
I ern dance, Africana dance and hula dancing, 
:2 hip-hop has a style all its own. 
I "You really get to feel the music in our 
g body," she said. "It embodies music and 
I dance, and it's a culture in itself." 
^ While most of the members of Culture 
g Rhythm had some previous dance experi- 
Q ence, the club is open to anyone up for the 
:- challenge, Sugiyama said. 
« Nicole Wells, a political science sopho- 
^ more who was on the hip-hop team at her 
high school, said dancing with Culture 
Rhythm was a boost for the self-esteem. 

"It makes you feel really good," Wells 
said. "It's very challenging, but it's worth 









Wells said she is excited to introduce Tucson students to a dif- 
ferent form of dance. 

"I hope we can inspire kids to turn to freedom of expression 





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In the Ina A. GIttlngs building in preparation for perfor- 
mances In the Tucson community encouraging youth 
to stay away from drugs, violence and hatred. 



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he annual Greek Week competition, 
which focused on raising food and 
money for Tucson Community Food 
Bank while celebrating greek unity, 
was back underway on campus. 

There were many contests and Olympic- 
type activities to promote greek unity. 

The week kicked oflfwith the fourth 
annual CatWalk, which benefited the Bobbi 
Olsen Endowment for Cancer Research. 

Each of the 10 teams in the Greek Week 
competition was made up of a combina- 
tion of fraternity and sorority chapters on 
campus. 

The teams were formed by Greek Week 
chairs to encourage interaction between 
greeks who might not know each other, said 
Adam Liebling, Greek Week co-chair and 
president of the Interfraternity Council. 

"We wanted a mix of people that some 
might not know normally, to promote greek 
unity and solidarity," Liebling said. 

Adam Reingold, vice president of pro- 
gramming for IFC, said the food drive was a 
big part of the week and Greek Week chairs 
hoped to raise 5,000 pounds of food and a 
couple thousand dollars in cash. 

"We feel it's important with Thanksgiv- 
ing and the holidays coming up to give back 
to the Tucson community that we are a part 
of," Reingold said. 

Coed teams, with names of ancient 
Greek cities like Macedonians and Athe- 
nians, were also "trick-or-treating" for cans 
in the neighborhoods around campus in an 
effort of bringing in more food and commu- 
nicating with community members. 

"Our push is to get people seeing greeks 
throughout their neighborhood, to see that 
we are a positive force in the community," 
Reingold said. 

The contest used to be held every year, 
but sometime in the 1980s it died out, said 
Sarah Miller, Greek Week co-chair. 

The week was reintroduced last year by 
PHC president Brook Camerer who said 
she thinks the week is a fun and positive 
celebration of being greek. 



"Greek Week is a time 
for friendly competition > 

(and an) opportunity to ' 

show greek and school 
spirit in a positive light, 
while benefiting something 
bigger than your own 
chapter," Camerer said. 

Winners in all events received points. 
The team with the most points in the end 
won and received a trophy with their team ■ 
name. 

There were also medal presentation 
ceremonies at the end of every competition, 
similar to the Olympics, Liebling said. 

Mark Sterner, who travels the country 
visiting schools to tell his true story about 
drinking and driving addressed the dangers 
and lessons of driving under the influence of 
alcohol. The event in the Gallagher The- 
ater was free, and non-greek students were 
encouraged to attend, Liebling said. 

The teams chose nominees for royalty, 
and the nominees from the team with the 
most change was crowned Greek Week King 
and Queen. 

All "Penny Wars" proceeds went to the 
Tucson Community Food Bank. 

The king and queen were also the con- 
testants on the greek "Singled Out." The 
game was a version of the MTV show where 
50 women or 50 men answer questions and 
compete for a date with the king or queen, 
organizers said. 

The teams also participated in a greek 
"Family Feud" where they provided the best 
possible answers to questions like, "What is 
the most popular date-dash theme?" "Name 
one hot spot on University Boulevard," and 
"What is the most popular type of clothing 
that sorority women wear?" 

The teams participated in the greek 
Olympics Saturday in events like dodge ball, 
tug-of-war and a relay, Liebling said. 

The last event of the week was the Airband 
competition in the Grand Ballroom of the 
Student Union Memorial Center 

Airband is a lip-synching and choreo- 
graphed medley performance with as many as 




Above: Arizona head basketball coach Lute Olsor 
speaks in front of Old Main prior to the CatWal 
which benefits the Bobbi Olson Cancer Fund. 





1 8 people in each presentation. 

Greek Week co-chairs, Miller and Liebling, worked 
over the summer getting everything finalized for the 
competition. 

Miller said she was excited to see all of her and 
Liebling's hard work executed and hope that it is ftin for 
everyone who participates. 

"Greek Week is important because all year round we 
are separate chapters and entities, we all have separate 
purposes. But for Greek Week we come together as one 
to benefit Greek Life and the greater Tucson commu- 
nity," Reingold said. 



Left: Participants in the CatWallt march down 
the mall in their togas. The Cat Walk l(icl<ed 
off Greets V/eek while also benefiting the 
Bobbi Olson Cancer Fund. 

Below: Business junior Andra Cruickshank 
and history junior Dan Glad model their togas 
during the Greek Week kick-off at Old IVIain. 
IVIany members of Greek life participated in 
the CatWalk following the fashion show. 








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Gabrielle Ann Lavia 
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Simone Maria O'Connor 
Kiley M. O'Melia 
Bree K Parra 
Ashley E. Powell 
Holly Rado 
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hx Djamila Grossman/Arizona Daily Wildcat 
, tudents celebrated Africa's culture and diversity 
- in the fifth annual culture show of the African 
Students" Association on Saturday April 2. 

The event, named "Africa in America," featured 
African music, fashion shows and PowerPoint presen- 
tations, and was intended to give non-Africans a more 
in-depth perspective on the continent. 

Amuche Okeke. an electrical engineering junior 
and president of the association, said many people 
reduce Africa to its issues with poverty 
and diseases, but do not see the cultural 
diversity and richness of the continent. 

"People need a more enlightened ■• " 

perspective. The goal of the show is for \ 

people to have a learning experience and 
to give them a taste of Africa," Okeke - 

said. 

The show has grown since the as- 
sociation was reinstated at the UA five 
years ago, Okeke said, with an increase 
of educational awareness to infonn 
people as best they can. 

Kim Taylor, a chemical engineering 
junior, said she came to the show because 
she knows one of the performing dancers 
and she was curious what it would be 
about. 

Although she doesn't know much about African 
culture, Taylor said she hoped to leave the show a little 
more educated. 

"I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to Africa," 



Taylor said. "Hopefully this will give me a better view 
on the culture." 

Julian Kunnie, director of African American stud- 
ies and adviser to the African Students' Association, 
said people should understand that all culture origi- 
nates from Africa and they have to learn to appreciate 
it. 

"It's really important for people to be educated 
about the far-reaching past and culture of Africa, she is 
the mother of humankind," Kunnie said. 

Kunnie said 
he hopes the 
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ought to be commended to give us a taste of this 
splendid continent." 

Melame Gange, a reggae artist with the band Mode 
Afrika, perfomied at the show and said he liked the 
event. He said he also had the chance to show his 
"African brothers and sisters how I appreciate 
it." 

A lot of issues regarding Africa are 
dealt with on a political basis. But arts 
are just as important in order to bring 
Africa closer to people and educate 
them. Gange said. 

"We must go back to our past and 
fetch what belongs to us," Gange said. 
"This is a beautiful opportunity to sup- 
port our culture." 

Rajan Bhavnani, a bioengineering 
junior, said he came to the show to sup- 
port the association and his friends. 

Bhavnani said he doesn't know ^ 

^ much about Africa, which is why he 
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I about the continent. 
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Beta Sigma members step dance at 
he fifth annual culture show of the Afri- 
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Nickname: Pi Phi 

Natonal Founding Date: April 28, 1867 

Colors: Whine & Silver Blue 

Symbol: Arrow 

Chapter President: Jessica Wheeler 




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Tara Lynn Abbott 
Sara Victoria Aguirre 
Kendall Elizabeth Aliment 
Angelica Martha Alvarez 
Natalen B. Anderson 
Mary Nicole Aronoff 
Stacey Kathryn Barnett 
Lindsay Katherine Baugh 
Kelly Maureen Beck 
Lydia Elizabeth Bell 
Nathalie M. Bergougnan 
Josephine Rose Beyerlein 
Kathleen A Bonham 
Jennifer M Borsuk 
Kristen C Buchan 
Jacqueline Starr Buckert 
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Kristina D. Callan 
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Mallory Kristin Campbell 
Courtney Fromm Casabat 
Victoria A Cassady 
Mackenna Anne Chase 
Ashley Mane Chittick 
Megan M. Chow-romero 
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Claire Anne Conlon 
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Kelly Anne Hart 
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Jennie M Holden 
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Elyse Lauren Huseas 
Courtney Elizabeth Johnson 
Heather Lee Johnson 
Hilary A Kelley 
Brittany Jill Kenter 
KandiceAnne Kingsley 
Chelsea A Krevocheza 
Sophie Windsor Kropf 
Caitlin M Lane 



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Andrea N. Lee 
Caroline Frances Levy 
Kimberly Cathy Lewkow/itz 
Briana Mcfall Luce 
Taryn Andrea Maggi 
Meagan Ann Marie 
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Rachel E Meyer 
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Dove Elizabeth Mittelman 
Ashleigh Laurie Morton 
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Megan Elizabeth Mundy 
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Emma L Northrop 
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Stephanie Sara Poll 
Kathryn Clare Polich 
Allison Pound 
Jennifer A. Pratt 
Katherine Lloyd Reiley 
Miranda Ann Reynolds 
Meredith C. Rhoda 
Jeanette Elise Richards 
Alanna Marette Rosen 
Brooke A Rosen 



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Allison Ann Russell 
Kariie Marie Saine 
Janice Lyies Scott 
Brieanne M Senn 
Katherine R Sloman 
Cynthia Cook Smith 
Alexandra B Spurr 
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Amy Colleen Stidham 
Holly E Stidham 
Maddison Marie Strasheim 
Colleen E Strauch 
Megan M. Sturgis 
Lesley E, Sykes 
Kelli A Thompson 
Megan Maureen Thompsor 
Ashley Elinor Touche 
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Kathryn J. Townend 
Nicole D Turk 
Carrie Jean Waterman 
Tamara A Weintraub 
Lindsey Ann Welsh 
Ashley Lauren West 
Jessica E Wheeler 
Jillian L Winston 
Rachel Winston 
Lindsey Marie Woodburn 
Nicole M Woodrick 
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Kelly Ann Wuestenfeld 
Sally Jean Wyer 
Shoshana R. Ziv 
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fatonal Founding Date: November 12, 1922 
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atonal Founding Date: October 10, 1872 
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Cristin Erika Anderson 
Mice Anne Armstrong 
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(atherine M. Barnes 
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Bill Marie Casey 

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rianna Rachel Cerone 

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Jison June Dariotis 

Jexandra E, Davis 

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Sarah Driggs 

Christine Esmeralda D'Souza 
ICaroline Elizabeth Duff 
Emma Karolina Duveback-kent 
Lauren Dwulet 
Randi Michele Eichenbaum 



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Jenny Farrell 
Kelley Dana Fitzgerald 
Lindsey Rae Fosse 
Lindsay A Framson 
Rebecca M. Freeman 
Lindsey W Fundine 
Keri Jacklyn Garcia 
Brittany Rose Garrett 
Jessica Susanne Gatto 
Stephanie Rebecca Gilmour 
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Hadar Gordon 
Allie Greenberg 
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Jacqueline Dawn Hamm 
Elizabeth Ann Hansen 
Melissa Lauren Hansen 
Karen Elizabeth Hartley 
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Katherine Elise Hyatt 
Nicole Lyn Hyatt 
Katie Elizabeth Hyman 
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Tara Katherine Jaicks 
Elizabeth A Johnston 
Jaclyn B Karas 
Kelsey M Knight 



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Dana Lynn Kramer 
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Regina Marie La Cassa 
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Margaret C. Boatwright 
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Jotianna Ashley Boyd 
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Autumn L. Chaney 
Jennifer Ellen Ciafone 
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Maribeth Cathleen Clinton 
Maegen Marie Cohen 
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Laurel Mae Cox 
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Megan Y Dawson 
Melissa Georgenson Drake 
Margaret Elizabeth Dunn 
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Brittany Ann Geldmacher 
Christine M Gove 
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Laura Marie Hagan 
Jessica Jean Hammer 
Megan E Hammer 
Kara L Harris 
Kelsey Michelle Hawes 
Tory Lynn Hendricks 
Jenna Marie Hill 
Kim T Ho 

Stephanie A Holland 
Amy llene Huberman 
Crystal R Humphreys 
Kelly O'Neil Jackson 
Ashley Lauren Justice 
Elizabeth T Kaneda 
Holly Elizabeth Kast 
Morgan Lyn Kisler 
Emily Lyn Lackey 
Kathryn E Lancaster 
Natalie Anne Lawrence 
Natalie D Lewis 
Molly Catherine Lien 
Sarah Renee Linksman 
Jennifer Anne Lipski 



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Nickname: Chi-0 

Natonal Founding Date: April 5, 1895 

Colors: Cardinal & Straw 

Symbol: Owl 

Chapter President: Jeni Shannon 



Amy Michelle Luginbill 
Kristen Sophia Lutzky 
Janis K Mathiasen 
Megan Marie Mihocko 
Jordan L Miller 
Alison Mohr 
Diana Michelle Moreno 
Megan Jennifer Moss 
Christine Randa Moussa 
Erin L Myers 
Ashley Toshiko Nagaoka 
Kaitlin Najewicz 
Megan M Neenan 
Devra M. Nemrow 
Hilary C Niccoli 
Lauren Ella Nichols 
Nicole Phillips Nugent 
Heather Nystedt 
Jenna A Orozco 
Rose E Parsons 
Jennifer M. Patterson 
Christian Anne Payne 
Kate L Pennell 
Amanda Marie Peters 
Kylee E. Phillips 
Niccole Phillips 
Jennafer D Piccolo 
Gretchen Ploen 
Lindsay K Prechtl 
Amber N Price 
Lisa M Ramsey 
Alexandra Anne Recker 



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Roxanne Nicole Reece 
Lindsey Rudinica 
Hayley Patricia Running 
Erin M. Russell 
Lindsay Louise Russell 
Shawna M Sando 
Kathryn A. Schellinger 
Kriston B Schellinger 
Kristina Anne Schweinberg 
Kristen L Senseman 
Jennifer K Shannon 
Amy J Shook 
Michelle Ruth Sieffert 
Kaylee Ruth Starr 
Nicole St Louis 
Kristine Kelly Storie 
Amanda Rhea Stubbs 
Anna Rose Suarez 
Joelle Sondra Tansey 
Kristin Cathleen Taylor 
Veronica Ann Thaanum 
Ashley D Thelen 
Laura E Trieselmann 
Leah Patricia Vorpahl 
Jennifer K Wells 
Jenna Paige Whitson 
Rebecca A Whittington 
Mary Christiane Wylie 
Carrie Mclain Yamauchi 
Amy Younger 
Jeanine Marie Zelik 



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Natonal Founding Date: January 25, 1993 

Colors: Navy Blue, Forest Green & a Touch of White 

Symbol: Red Apple 

Chapter President: Angela Enriquez 



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Aleasha M. Arredondo 
Teara Amber Brady 
Candace M Carrasco 
Veronica Rae Duran 
Valerie Nicole Felix 
Wendy Henderson Fierros 
Melanie R Flaiban 
Jezana Rose Garza 
Cynthia A Gonzalez 
Yerania Miranda-farias 
Serina K Monder 
Cynthia D. Ramirez 
Andrea C, Rivera 
Tiffany Anne Sabolick 
Megan Elisabeth Soto 
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ayln Brice Adams 
atherine AAhearn 
shiey C. Alexander 
risti A. Allan 
Jlison R. Ashcraft 
.ndrea L. Bailey 
ichele Marie Bald! 
ritney Leigh Barham 
atelyn Rose Barry 
auren Rose Biskind 
atherine Jane Bloom 
iatrina Louise Bloom 
itephanie Frances Bracken 
nna Marie Broughton 
ish Elisabeth Brown 
oily Elizabeth Burns 
elissa Megan Canedy 
enna Marie Carlson 
shley C. Carrillo 
manda Marie Carter 
ulianne C Cauwet 
ara Todd Cirrincione 
ortney L Clark 
Tislin Ann Clements 
rancesca Jeanne Colloca 
'ennifer Lynn Connors 
risten Renee Connors 
rit'any Marie Cotton 
ndra Marie Cruickshank 
aniele Marie Doberman 
rooke L Edelman 
ileen Rachel Eder 



Jessica Lane Felix 
Casey L Fluegel 
Megan Rose Fox 
Allison E. Friedrichs 
Amy Lynn Fuetterer 
Stephanie R Glanzer 
Jennifer S Golisch 
Taylor Grace 
Kathryn L. Graham 
Ruth Ann Greenhaigh 
Alison Shea Guelker 
Alexis D Hammack 
Kaylin S Harshbarger 
Katy D Hartley 
Kimberly Nicole Harvey 
Jill K Henley 
Kristi Michele Henley 
Emma Nadine Heriaud 
Abbey E Herr 
Bridget Marie Howard 
Elizabeth Katharine Jansen 
Brittany D Johnson 
Katelin Wallace Journigan 
Allison B Kagel 
Tara L. King 
Ariana L. Kirsch 
Carrie N Klapheke 
Melissa M Kline 
Cameron Leigh Knuth 
Ashlyn M Levesque 
Kristin Ann Loudy 
Teresa Elizabeth Lowe 
Lindsey Victoria Ludwig 



Megan Geneieve 
Mackenbrock 
Kirstin Leigh Maloney 
Gina Marie Marciano 
Tara Christine Mason 
Mandell Rosemarie 
Maughan 
Erin C Mccahill 
Monica R Mccahill 
Aishling Ann Mccullagh 
Reina M. Mcdonald 
Heather M. Mcmillan 
Katherine R. Metzger 
Tasha Marie Moline 
Jennifer Morse 
Lauren Rae Nedberg 
Katherine Ann Nelson 
Whitney Rae Newman 
Jane E Odenberg 
Downey E. Palmer 
Meghan W Pearce 
Claire G Perkins 
Katherine Anne Perry 
Ashlie Renee Petrilli 
Alicia M Pinnock 
Brittany E Pollock 
Ayesha R Prashad 
Lisa Propeck 
Elizabeth A Radachi 
Chelsea M. Richards 
Brooke G. Rogers 
Allison B Roney 
Brooke Alyse Rosander 




Jennifer Davida Rosen 
Lauren H Rothstein 
Taylor Janelle Schiffres 
Catherine M Schissel 
Jennifer Marie Schissel 
Sandra K Schmidtman 
Lauren Ashley Schubert 
Marcelle Ford Sherman 
Chelsea Marie Simonson 
Caitlin Elise Smith 
Elizabeth Sara Smith 
Allison Leigh Spera 
Sarah Stanton 
Bethany Shea Stopp 
Amy Michelle Strand 
Ashley Jane Tate 
Ashley Loran Tupper 
Marceline L Vance 
Tracey D Wahlberg 
Courtney M. Walberg 
Amanda D Walter 
Kathryn Marie Walter 
Kristin L Waters 
Allison C. Weeks 
Paige Marie Wieneke 
Jenna Emily Wismer 
Kelly M Wisner 
Leslie Anne Wisner 
Angela Marie Wooster 
Samantha Anne Wynn 
Gail M Yosowitz 
Jenna Siegel Yost 
Jessica M Yunger 



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v[atonal Founding Date: January 16, 1920 
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Natonal Founding Date: December 4, 

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Colors: Black & Old Gold 

Flower: Yellow Rose 



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■Jatonal Founding Date: August 8, 1839 
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Ihapter President: Matthew Strom 










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fjyan Magruder Beall 

ravis Lee Berg 

ohn T Best 

iOaniel Steven Bollum 

latthew D Breslin 
3 latthew Carr 

datthew R Cerussi 

;ollin M. Chapman 

indrew H. Clinch 

;olin Matthew Stuart Cochran 

pregory J Coffman 

?yan J. Dachenhausen 

eff Fairall Dauenhauer 

Sabriel John Pacini 

;evin M Finnegan 

yiichael Lawrence Franchi 

ylan Stuart Francis 

Wery G Freeland 
hristopher Shaun Fullerton 

:ric Phillip Garcia 

\dam J Gercon 

ustin T Green 

ylathew Patrick Gugliuzza 

oshua James Gustafson 

yiatthew Scott Haberman 

)avid E Hallgren 



Alexander Cheves Haskell 

Samuel Hauskens 

Kevin A Hmelyar 

Daniel Huck 

Brett Robert Jastrow 

Nicholas Phillip Jorgenson 

Brandon Scot Journell 

Nicholas Fred Kalil 

George Demetrius Karsant 

Michael Alexander Kelly 

Michael T. Kusz 

Jeremy Parker Lawson 

Andrew Michael Lemieux 

Gabriel Alfonso Leyva 

Nickolas Lopez 

Andrew A. Maynard 

Joseph P Mcconologue 

Daniel D. Mcguire 

Alexander Emmanuel Menayas 

Davis Frederick Millar 

Garrett J Munro 

Mark Randall Murphy 

Anthony D Nelson 

Nathan Robert Olivarez-giles 

Evan Spencer Oliver 

Kyle B O'Malley 

Jonathan M Page 



Andrew William Paiva 
Ryan D Pasquale 
Jon APiakis 
Collin Jeffrey Popp 
John Albert Raschko 
Joshua Graham Roberts 
Michael Anthony Robinson 
Daniel J Shelby 
Bryant R Smith 
Shaun Simon Snider 
Richard J. Sparenga 
Matthew Christopher Stamp 
Jeffrey Allen Starling 
Justin Dempsey Strachan 
Phillip L Strieker 
Matthew R Strom 
Daniel Suh 
Anthony G Tilleskjor 
Steven Edward Travis 
Craig Tyler Truitt 
Kevin J Truitt 
Yusuf Zahid Tufail 
Devin Russell Walker 
Jeffrey David Winkle 
Barry R Wolk 
Stephen Donald Woo 
Brian G. Yunt 



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^atonal Founding Date: December 10, 1899 

bmmunity Service: March of Dimes, 
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hapter President: Ryan Griffeth 



\dam Michael Aronoff 

Hubert Ying Fong 

3rant L Gessay 

Justin M Goodenkauf 

Ryan W Griffeth 

Joel E Haimsohn 

Johnny Sungwhan Kim 

Russell Scott Newton 

David A. Nilsen 

^eter Pardi 
uis Armando Posada 
idam Joseph Readio 

Michael A Schapker 

David Sherman 

Zachary Ethan Siegel 

jjaskanwal S. Singh 

Jonathan Wang 

John Joseph Webb 




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Natonal Founding Date: March 8, 1859 
Community Service: Delt Games, Race 
For the Cure, Adopt-a-School 
Chapter President: Jason Hersker 




Scott Harris Abel 
Josh Kirk Adiand -■.•:■- 
Daniel C Adier 
Miguel Isai Argueta 
Edward William Betterton 
John M Carter 
Christopher Martin Cave 
Eric John Diamond 
Cody Bayne Edmonson 
Duncan Arthur Elmer 
Adam H. Fish 
Adam James Forsythe 
Kenneth Stokes Getsinger 
Carl Gunnar Gillberg 
Adam Michael Glovitz 
Blake J Grimsley 
David J Grubin 
Nicholas Michael Gudovic 
Benjamin W Hagan 



Brian Christopher Harms 
Christopher R Harnden 
Jason M Hersker 
Charles Thomas Hvass 
Michael Alexander Julien 
Patrick Jeffery Kane 
Brandon Kurtz 
Will Andrew Lewis 
Phillip C Linduska 
Alan Shizuo Magata 
Wesley M Mcnary 
Joshua H Michael 
Paul Otto Mittelstadt 
Margaret E Murphy 
William Steven Navarro 
Daniel LOsborn 
Justin J Park 
Benjamin D Pearson 
Thomas Peterson 



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Matthew Ryan Price 
Brian J Raphe! 
John Henry Reeves 
Lee M. Rosen 
Adam P. Ross 
Kurt F Schultz 
Tyler Ryan Shatzen 
Ryan Christopher Simmon 
Brian J Simon 
Cameron Younger Smith 
Sheldon Laverick Smith 
Matthew Snell I 

Justin Ryan Sundheimer 
Steven Mark Townsend 
Dominic Peter Uccellini 
Matthew L Wood 
Robert Burns Woodbury 
Richard J Zahler i 



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Nickname: K A 

Natonal Founding Date: December 21, 1865 

Community Service: Muscular Dystrophy 

Association 

Chapter President: Eli Cohen 




Ian C. Aguirre 

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Aaron Paul Barnard 

Nicholas Michael Bartolini-volk 

Warren W Bell 

Tyler J. Bonar 

Colin P. Boynton 

Jonathan Devitt Brown 

Joseph A Brown 

John Paolo Canton 

Quinn Claver Cargill 

Aaron E Cohen 

Kole J Dea 

Alexander Stephen Dedecker 

Phillip James Dunsford 



Chris M. Edelen 
Matthew Alan Firth 
Michael Alexander Fox 
David Simon Friedman 
Taylor Stephen Martin Garrot 
Chris D Gower 
Zack Cooper Howland 
Nicholas A Kreutz 
Charies Frank Kuoni 
Alexander Raymond Lacroix 
Alec Evan Linde 
Jorge A Lopez 
Jose A Madrigal 
Gavin Schuyler Mccori<le 
Brandon S. Mclaughlin 



Dominick P Monaco 
Zachary Daniel Nadler 
Benjamin Joseph Nelson 
Leopoldo Olaiz 
Garrett James Olson 
Rahm Belim Rodriguez 
Kyle Mari< Shores 
Jonathan Michael Siege! 
Ralph Edwin Stewart 
Trent JarrettTrailov 
Matthew Luke Vybomy 
Jordan Daniel Weber 
Matthew John Wesenberg 
Brandon Robert Wilson 
Joe S Young 



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Nickname: Kappa Sig 

Natonal Founding Date: December 10, 1869 

Community Service: March of Dimes, Race 

for the Cure 

Chapter President: Vinnie Lichvar 



Omeed Abedin 
Garrett A Adelstein 
Andrew P. Althoff 
Benjamin S. Bacon 
Aaron Phillips Barker 
Darren Bradford Barr 
Jacob Matthew Bauer 
Todd A. Bedrick 
Jerenny Andrew Belitsos 
Travis J Berding 
Christopher V. Bergen 
Christopher M Bistany 
Daniel J. Bistany 
David M Bitner 
Andrew Gregory Block 
Ryan Herbert Boothe 
Derek Samuel Brewer 
Alexander Julian 
Bridgeforth 
John James Bronte 
Henry Phelps Nil Brooks 
Thomas Randall Bryan 
Jonathan Hayden Burckle 
Christoper Eric Cagle 
Matthew Gerald Carson 
Dustin Lane Cavanaugh 
Ryan Charles Chapa 
Adam J Chusid 
Brandon Scott Cohen 
Rick Collazo 
Nicholas Ryan Collettii 



Joshua Travis Conway 
Ryan William Coors 
Daniel Lipscomb Crothers 
Jonathan Barth Daley 
Michael C. Daugherty 
Jonathan Thomas Dick 
Blake Kristofor Diers 
Brett Stephen Drummond 
Carl Burton Effenson 
Sean Scott Fitzgerald 
Clifford Neal Fleming 
Patrick Franklyn Foley 
Remington Franklin 
William James Froelich 
Stefan Ghaemi 
Aaron M. Gladstein 
Rikki Dean Gordon 
Chase M Gugenheim 
Matthew R Harper 
Devin H Harshman 
Jonathan Clark Hatchell 
Kenneth Christopher Hintz 
Ryan K Hoashi 
Robert W Hogan 
Tyler Joseph Hogan 
Chris S Hudson 
Jason Hunt 
Josh M Isaacson 
Raymond J Jaffe 
Michael Lewis Johncock 
Scott Harris Josephson 



Drew J Kabo 
Scott N Keeler 
Jason Scott Kletzky 
Garrett V Knill 
Leonilo Larriva 
Timothy Daniel Laskoski 
Christopher James 
Lepage 

William Jon-vinc Lichvar 
Daniel Joseph Lind 
Nick J Madrid 
Matthew David Magorien 
Elliot A. Magruder 
Joshua Alan Malter 
Matthew S Markenson 
Juan C Mazry 
Samuel A. Mazzeo 
Brandon Mckennon 
Garrett Bryan Morgan 
Jason Michael Mosley 
Joshua Avery Nathel 
Richard Louis Niello 
Patrick Michael O'Malley 
John Edward Parmenter 
Ryan David Pelliccioni 
Andrew Kelly Pinnell 
RyanAPinnell 
William Rudolph Puggini 
Colby E Ray 
Christopher S Reed 
Scott D Revey 




Nicholas B Richards 
Brett Peter Rottman 
John Chandler Rough 
Martin Rovira 
Steven Kevin Russell 
Nick Saffold 
Wilhelm J. Schaeffler 
Scott David Schindler 
Jeffrey Timothy Schmidt 
Justin Douglas Schudel 
Ryan R Seidel 
Michael E Simonoff 
Kurt C Stamback 
Kevin M Stamler 
Gregory Vance Stanton 
Alexander Deal Stimson 
Rhys Warner Stover 
Richard William Tribble 
Christopher Michael 
Tucker 
Timothy Vega 
Yuming Y Wang 
John M. Ward 
Andrew Robertson Watt 
Justin Watt 
John Leigh Weber 
Brent Allen Williams 
Matthew E Windisch 
Justin Francis Wing 
Jonathan Michael Wolfert 



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Nickname: Pi Kapp 

Natonal Founding Date: December 10, 1904 
Community Service: PUSH America 
Chapter President: Ian Sambor 






John Adams 

Scott M Adams 

Joshua J. Alhadeff 

Ryan PAImaleh 

Michael Arellano 

Matthew Samuel Ash 

Joshua J Averyt 

BIjan Aaron Baghernejad 

Danny J. Baker 

Blake B Bartholomew 

Elliott Garner Bass 

Matthew Allen Seller 

Adam S Berns 

Matthew Bennett Bielli 

Michael Ryan Brown 

Michael C. Bruhn 

John M. Bunting 

Derek J. Burdsall 

Derek S Butvin 

Jason Lee Caldwell 

Justin Lee Catlett 

Timothy R Christensen 

Michael Scott Cleveland 

Brad J Conrad 

Reilly Leonard Davis 

Mark Ryan Decker 

Edward Moore Durkin 

Jeffrey Michael Edsall ■^suIl^j. 

John Brening Edwards ^ 

Adam G Engelman 

Alexander Lawrence Fishman 

Chris R Gabe 



Jeffrey Thomas Gillingham 
Nathan Chad Goldman 
William M Goss 
Thomas Richard Graf 
Samuel Christopher 



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Justin C Grenier 
Michael T Hagberg 
Matthew S. Harris 
Alex Mark Haupt 
Andrew Thomas Haywood 
Karl Thomas Heideman 
Jake Craig Henderson 
Thomas A Hennessy 
William Frederick Hertz 
Timothy Ernst Hirshberg 
Bhan Walter Howcroft 
Matthew G Huntsberger 
Chad M Jawors 
James M Jefferson 
Matthew Grant Johl 
Ryan M Johnson 
Matthew T Kissel 
Shaunery Krasowski 
Keith Curtis Leech 
Steven Shar Lem 
Denis William Maloney 
Ryan Dorvil Martin 
Blake Derrek Mccay 
Cooper Charles Mcinnes 
Steven K Moore 
Shane D. Morrison 



David Robert Murphy 
Tyson Hall Myers 
Brandon J Nueman 
Seth O'Brien 
Paul T. Panhans 



Robert C Parsons 
Stephen Mccord Reilly 
David Jonathan Renninger 
Daniel Robert Roder 
Tyler Y Running 
Michael Rupp 
Charles M Russell 
Ian M Sambor 
Kyle D. Santander 
Scott Andrew Schmidt 
Theodore J. Shushereba 
Jeffry R Sommers 
Gregory G Swanson 
Michael B Takacs 
Ben Jacob Usen 
Adrian Gabriel Valdivia 
Thomas John Walsh 
Nicholas Lee Walter 
Tyler Davis Warshauer 
Gregory Michael Wayland 
Bradley Ray Wenderoth 
Brian Joseph Witcher 
Bradley Michael Wolff 
Eric C Wu 
Jonathan Black Yaeger 




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Natonal Founding Date: March 9, 1856 
Community Service: Jim Click Roll n' Run 
Chapter President: Seth Garrett 



John Richard Abdelnour 
Robert Daniel Alexander 
Joseph Hampton Atl<inson 
Guillermo Enrique Barriga 
Jeremy R. Bates 
Brandt Edward Bauer 
Jacob W Bayham 
Robert O Beardsley 
Brent William Beaton 
Steven Michael Benedetti 
Brett W. Bohannon 
Eric James Bourassa 
Blake Chnstian Boyer 
David N Brecheisen 
Aaron Joseph Brisco 
Peter John Brown 
Matthew A Campbell 
Adam H Carr 
Michael Robert Carriglio 
Sean Michael Carroll 
Kyle Steven Carson 
Kenneth Robert 
Chambers 
Marl< Stephen 
Chapparone 
Ryan M Chase 
Justin Cheung 
Edward Benton Colley 
Douglas E. Constantiner 
Benjamin Tyler Cortese 
Michael David Costaglio 
Salvatore Mario Crivello 
Brock G. Davison 
Luke L Deterding 
Remington Benson Diaz 



Bryan Meredith Donoho 
Brian J Druding 
Michael B. Dugal 
Matthew Scott Duncan 
Jeffrey S. Dunnam 
Nicholas G Emsiek 
David John Esoldi 
Michael Reginald Flavin 
Shaun R Flavin 
Luke James Frawley 
Thomas M Frawley 
Gabnel Eliud Garcia 
Seth A Garrett 
Nicholas Michael Gerakos 
David Matthew Goldstein 
Nicholas S Gray 
Andrew Ellsworth Grimes 
William C. Ghmes 
Devin Christopher 
Guerrero 

Cody Ricart Hagans 
Daniel Hallak 
Sean Patrick Hansen 
Taki Grannis Haralambos 
Chase T Haymond 
Patrick H Haynes 
Jeremy F Hoffmann 
Brian Holland 
Chris D Hollenbeck 
David A. Hull 
Grant G Hustedt 
Michael C laco 
Benjamin Joseph-amon 
Johnson 
Jonathan Hart Kaufman 



Michael Kenney 
Justin Todd Kesner 
Michael Alan Knudten 
Joshua Lloyd Kunde 
Daniel G Leffler 
Joseph Anthony Leivian 
Matthew Scott Lersch 
Bryan Jeffrey Lewis 
Michael T Lima 
David M Loewenstein 
Jeremy David Mann 
Brad Margison 
David Martin 
Stephen Aloysius Martori 
John Nicholas Matt- 
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Dustin W Mcfarland 
Alexander Mcpherson 
Christopher Menkov 
Austen T Metz 
Terry A Moncada 
Michael J. Mora 
Jeffrey John Naber 
Jonathan Ehc Oakley 
Gregory James Oates 
Chase H Ora 
Kyle Henry Parrish 
Gregory William Perrault 
John Fletcher Perry 
Ryan A Pfutzenreuter 
John T Phillips 
Matthew B. Phillips 
Chase Hamilton Proctor 
Chad S Purtell 
Scott Conley Ragland 



Christopher Joseph Risi 
Robert Rodrigues 
Brandon K Rogoff 
Clark Partick Rorbach 
Garrett Lome Rubis 
Ryan L Salladay 
Aaron J Sanchez 
Luke W Schroeder 
David M Shaaya 
Stephen Barden Shadegg 
Steven Harris Singer 
Richard Anthony Sloss 
Eric Scott Smith 
Kyle David Smith 
Timothy David Sondag 
Sean Whitney Spellman 
Walter Thompson Tambke 
Benjamin James Tholen 
Aaron C Thurber 
Eric Jorgenson Torvie 
Charles Steven Touche 
David C UbI 
Matthew Simon Vogels 
Jacob Joseph Vollmer 
James William White 
Robert Alan Wolter 
Jay F. Wong 
Michael Brian Woods 
William F Woods 
Gregory D Worsley 
Daniel Tae Joong Yoon 
Adam Loren ZIoto 



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Nickname: SAMMY 

Natonal Founding Date: November 26, 1909 

Community Service: Elizabeth Glazer 

Pediatrics AIDS Foundation 

Chapter President: Josh Schnepper 



Michael Norman Achtman 
Michael B. Carsweil 
Michael Benjamin Friedman 
Jacob Andrew Levy 
Scott W Lukes ^t:^,..- ; 

Patrick L Morse ,, 

Daniel Philip Rome 
Adam L Rope 
Camner Grossman Rubin 
Jonathan M Shahvar 
Andrew Michael Weinstein 





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Nickname: Lambda Betas 
Natonal Founding Date: April 4, 1986 
Community Service: Latino Vote USA, Boys 
and Girls Clubs of South Tucson Chapter 
Chapter President: Jacinto Espinoza 



Marco A. Arredondo 
Alex Garcia 
Esteban Gonzales 
Carlos Guillermo A. Matus 
Rene Daniel Meza 



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Nickname: S Nus 

Natonal Founding Date: January 1, 1869 

Community Service: South Tucson Clean-up, 

MDA Toast for Life 

Chapter President: Jeremy Rouse 




James H. Blick 
Richard Andrew Burd 
Joseph L Capno 
Christopher P Charnetsky 
Paul Chin Chung 
Aaron A. Defeo 
Adam T Falabella 
Joshua David Green 
Adam C Grochowski 
Justin Lawrence Haynes 
Raimund Huber 
IViichael Clifton Hulse 
Daniel George Kahan 



Adam Benjamin Lynch 
Santino Alfredo Maffei 
Sean Frank Mazanec 
Michael Anthony Ortega 
Bretton B Pocorobba 
Michael Frederick Reitzes 
Jeremy Robert Rouse 
Rishi S. Sarna 
Brian AShimek 
Cory Daniel Steinbicker 
Geoffrey C White 
Patrick Coyne Whiteford 

Christophe J Wiley 





Nickname: Spies 

Natonal Founding Date: February 26, 1897 
Community Service: American Red Cross 
Chapter President: James Wie 




Alan Ajzen 

Mark Thomas Albertolle 

John Paul Alvarez 

Joe Angelini 

Dennis John Armstrong 

Erik David Bakke 

Adam Jameson Boudreaux 

Michael Edward Bryan 

Vicente A. Cantua 

Clay Bradley Carroll 

Andrew Michael Castiglione 

Anthony Brian Contreras 

Jeffrey Joseph Cook 

Daniel Corrales 

Hiram-jesus Felipe Cruz 

Casey Patrick Cutter 

Philip Elliott Dietz 

Joseph M Divita 

Christopher T. Domschke 

Robert F Dreveny 

Drew F Edwards 



Matthew Philip Ginsburg 
Joseph Paul Goggiano 
Geoffrey Wilks Hoellen 
William Clark Hoppel 
Colin Horstman 
Julian lannini 
Noah Vernon Miretsky 
Kris Robert Price 
Jason Allen Puckett 
Daniel Redding 
Andrew Stephen Rico 
Gabriel Rodriguez 
Kyle Alexander Sabine 
Joshua Aaron Sharki 
Andre R Soils 
Avi Tal 

James Ji Hwang Wie 
Michael L Wilbur 
Michael Dane Wilder 
Philip Alan Zimmermann 



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Nickname: Sig Ep 
Natonal Founding Date: November 1. 1901 
Community Service: Habitat for Humanity 
Chapter President: Bill Stack 



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Andrew P. Aiello 
Eric N. Anderson 
Adam Anthony Asbury 
William Edward Barton 
Graydon Sami Beller 
Michael R Benstein 
Michael Gray Beverly 
Ryan Christian Buchholtz 
David Hunter Campbell 
Travis Andrew Corkill 
John H Fattaleh 
Patrick M Filliben 
Joseph Vincent Flamer 
Richard Michael Franklin 
Justin Craig Gaines 
Jonathan James Geyer 
Travis W Gobeille 
Justin C Goldner 
Stephen Michael Goldstein 
Mark William Goodman 
Ryan Y Greenfield 
Gregory Haber 
Ryan Conrad Hare ^:.^. 
Jordan A Hersh 
Aaron James Hodges 
David Michael Hoffman 



Matt J Jaros 
Travis Daniel Jensen 
John Ernest Jetton 
Bryan E Karas ^ 

Michael Alan Katzman 
Michael Cullen Kee 
Brett J Klein 
John D. Knochel 
Ryan Chase Kramer 
Michael P. Lane 
Brandon J Lawrence 
Ryan Maaskamp 
Michael Stephen Mack 
Juan David Manrique 
Douglas J. Mattern 
Lonny Benjamin Miller 
Harry Alex Monroe Iv 
Shane William Nolan 
Brandon M Orlov 
Eric B Polansky 
Matthew Loren Randall 
Joshua T Ringer 
Drew Ari Rosenberg 
Daniel Andrew Rosenbloom 
Jonathan M Rosenson 
Jason L Russell 
John K Samtoy 



Jacob Cullen Samuels 

Thaddeus Joseph Scannell 

Michael George Daniel 

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Tyler M. Schubert 

Taylor Robert Schulte 

Kyle P Sevy 

Chad C Sewell 

Stephen Alexander Singer 

Matthew Anthony Smith 

William H Stack 

Daniel F Stea 

Matthew Werner Stedron 

Daniel Lawrence Sternberg 

Todd Brian Sternberg 

Jeffrey Kenneth Swanson 

Justin Tessmer 

Robert Grey Thornhill-thoma: 

Rian Douglas Valenti 

Jeff P VogI 

Lance Gregory Ward 

Neil Richard Webster 

Samuel P Weiner 

Christopher Jarryd Woods 

Scott Wyatt 

Cory Nathan Zechmann 

Brett J.Zimmerman 



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Patrick Daniel Abell 


Joseph Blake Garrett 


Thomas F Pearl 




Jared Grant Abelowitz 


Brandon E Gordon 


William K. Perry 




Charles R Allen 


Brian Robert Grimditch 


Eric M. Peterson 




James Richard Allen 


Philip James Gustin 


Jarett Warren Poll 




Jeremy Robert Allen 


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Ryan M Preston 




Reggie G. Amato 


Gregory Hampar 


Andrew Lawrence Prupas 




Matthew Lynch Anderson 


Lucas J Mass 


Ronald Craig Rawson 


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Steven C. Arnold 


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Peter Thomas Reed 


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Douglas James Asad 


Mark L Herchold 


Bradly Freeman Rich 


Juan Carlos Asensio 


Timothy M Herchold 


Robert S Rierson 


Ryan H Bailey 


Nicholas Patrick Herrera 


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Wade William Baker 


Craig J Hoebing 


Mark Aaron Rillos ■ 


Adam Francis Band 


Brad R Hoge 


Gregory Richard Rosa j 


Richard D Behrens 


Eric James Humphrey 


Bryan M Russell 


Donald Clinton Bellows 


Tyler H Jarratt 


Daniel R Ryan 


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Kyle James Bodmer 


Kenneth Howard Johnston 


Todd Scanlin 


Tyler S Burke 


Benjamin Jay Jorgensen 


Justin Ryan Shane 


Cameron Dewain Campbell 


Matthew S Kelly 


Clark Y. Skidmore 


James Fredric Chapel 


Nicholas Erik Kelly 


Tyler D Slattery 


tRobert Greene 


Chris Peter Chronis 


Kevin Thomas Keough 


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Eric Pathck Krueger 


Skylar J Smith 


Rahsaun Chettyll Cooper-ephriam Grayson Mel Lafrenz 


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Jake J Cramer 


Michael Taylor Lawrence 


Jonathan Leigh Steinberg 


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Kyle Ryan Darling 


Jesse Aaron Lind 


Fred Robert Sutter 


Matthew W Dewey 


Christopher William Louis 


Aaron Dale Thompson 


Brady Michael Dinnsen 


Richard Macdonald 


Kyle Maurice Thompson 




Luke D Dominy 


Patrick C Mauge 


Patrick Michael Trimble 




Michael John Dupuy 


Evan J. Mcevoy 


Richard Matthew Vogelei 




Ryan Elliott 


Joshua Thomas Mcnulty 


Christopher M Wade 




Robert J. Erickson 


Jamie A. Meronoff 


Bart Welch 




Tyler Patrick Fair 


Bradley Miner 


Matthew M Williams 




Francis L Finn 


Peter William Newhall 


Kevin Michael Winkler 




Patrick John Flynn 


Scott Andrew Niedergang 


Cameron M Wood 




Andrew G Fowler 


Thomas Albertson Onderdonk 


Johnmel Go Yuzon 




Michael Scott Frey 


Robert James Opeka 


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Uickname: Phi Delt 

^atonal Founding Date: December 26, 1848 
Community Service: Walk to D'feet ALS 
mapter President: Kent Davis 



llichael P. Brandt 
lyler Stuart Brearley 
llake A. Buchanan 

tameron Charles Fritchoff Davis 
tent Fritchoff Davis 
lames Richard Dennany 
llark Nicholas Digiacomo 
loseph Michael Estrada 
tarl Joseph Granrath 
|ric Robert Greene 

Matthew C Heitman 
lohn C Howell 
fcilbert Jacobs Islas 
fcolin Michael Kelly 



Joel T. Mccorkel 
Aaron F. Mckenny 
Jacob James Neff 
Michael J Neish 
Christopher Daniel Nelson 
Matthew B Orozco 
Michael Robert Papp 
Tyler Reece 
Nolan Patrick Reilly 
Zachary Jonathon Singer 
Jacob John Treguboff 
Richard Welp 
Trevor E Wise 
Eren Kocer Yar 



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\atonal Founding Date: March 17. 1906 


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(vlatonal Founding Date: February 19, 1852 
I'ommunity Service: Big Brothers and Big Sisters 
i'hapter President: CJ Calkins 



Faisal Ghazi Alsarraj 
Jrian J Ames 
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pouglas W. Barber 

ean Aaron Bedrick 
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Vmitraj Kishen Budhu 
Chester D Cave 
Cevin Brown Chandler 
)aniel A. Combs 

lark J Engelbert 
Frank Flores 
Hamilton H Ford 

ogan W Gaither 
Cyle J Goedert 
lames M Gosses 

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Kristofer Raymond Heika 
i^att G Hesselbacher 



James T Hoult 
Bradley M Huber 
Jonathon Jakucki 
Benjamin Norman Keitges 
Taylor S Knabb 
Ben J Levinson 
Alexander J Liguori 
Andrew E Liguori 
Aaron Thomas Lloyd 
Jeremy R Lusk 
Francisco A Madril 
Ryan James Megowan 
David Ethan Meyerson 
Bryan John Miller 
Lucas W Mills 
Kurt Frederick Minno 
Ariel Monzon 
Erik Ryan Petersen 
Keith R Primeau 
Jose Vidal Ramirez 



Braulio Miguel Rodriguez 
Mark Christopher Severino 
Bryan Zachary Siegel 
Christopher James 
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MarkASperanzella 
Dana Staples 
Jason Ross Tadeo 
James Langston Thayer 
Russell Bender 
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Brian Adam Vanina 
Andrew Michael Weintraub 
Bryan Lee Williams 
Scott Alexander Wood 
Andrew Michael Woods 



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Nickname: Chi Phi 

Natonal Founding Date: December 24, 1824 
Community Service: American Heart 
Association and Boys & Girls Club 
Chapter President: Pete Backlund 



Chris Alegria 
Jason Scott Apfel 
Peter Bond Backlund 
Jonathan Douglas Conley 
Sean Charles De Roon 
Marc James Enzor 
Michael J Garcia 
Daniel P Glad 
Anthony Rene Gonzalez 
John M Gregory 



Mark Joseph Henry 
Timothy J Hoover 
Anthony J. Mancuso 
Kris T Milster 
Bradley Lutton Peters 
Chris Pierce 
Brandon L Rogers 
Matthew J Silva 
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atonal Founding Date: November 23, 
1987 

Community Service: Boys and Girls 
Club, Project YES, Roskruge 
Chapter President: Jose Ramirez 



Keith Steven Almaria 
Santino Arturo Avenenti 
Jaime Carbajal 
Adrien M Chapman 
Jesus Mazon Contreras 
Johnny I Federico 
David R. Flores 
Franl< J. Guerrero 
Gilbert Eugene Holguin 
Jai Brian Jhagroo 
David E. Jimenez 




Shawn B. Jordan 
Daryl Nathaniel Little 
Mark Anthony Machado 
Christopher Arturo Maldonado 
Julian J Martinez 
Eugene Park 
Joshua H Potterton 
Sean Clifford Rambaran 
Reuben Kabelo Rasetshwane 
Thomas Romero 



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a v^cck filled cntLTtaininu. hilarious, 
and beneficial events such as wheel chair 
basketball, powder puff football, and the 
funniest ol'them all. (jreek idol. .Vlembers 
of Pi Kappa even manned a scaffold on 
the UA Mall for 4K hours to raise S3,()00 
for their philanthropy. PUSH America. It 
was the first time they held an on-campus 
fundraiser for the organization. 

"We take great pride in knowing 
that we started a national foundation for the 
severely handicapped,"' said Danny Baker. 
the Pi Kappa Phi philanthropy chair, 
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Kappa Phi in 1976. Pi Kappa Phi has not 
only raised millions of dollars through 
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Courtney Brace 
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Jennifer Brancato 
Danielle Breslow 



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Thomas Brown 
Lantisha Brykin 
Michael Buffington 



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Britt Burridge 
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cgan Hammer is on her ecll phone when I'm led into the Chi 
Omega house, nodding and saying yes in a \ery excited man- 
ner. She turns to me and gives me an apologetic glance. When she hangs 
up the phone a minute later, she turns to her sorority sisters sitting at the 
table and exclaims that the phone conversation she uas just having was 
to inform her she was one of the recipients of the Nugent award. 

It"s clear that Hammer isn't just your stereotypical sorority girl. A nu- 
tritional sciences senior. Hammer has spent four years at the uni\ ersity 
as a member of Chi Omega. .Arizona Allegiance, three years in ASUA 
and a member of multiple academic honoraries. including Bobcats senior 
honorary. She's also worked for the Arizona Cancer Center for three 
years as a student research assistant, primarily helping with the Women's 
Healthy Eating and Li\ ing study. 

After deciding that psychology wasn't her type of field. Hammer 
changed her major to nutritional sciences with a dietetics option. 

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wanted to learn more concrete mtormalion." said Hammer. "My high 
school chcmistrv' teacher was an amazing mentor and he always told me 
that I would be a science major and that I would excel in chemistry and " 
thai that's what I needed to do." 

Hammer recei\ cd a dietetic internship opportunity at the Los Angeles 
County use Medical Center after graduation, her first choice. Eventu- 
ally, she'd like to open her own private practice in Southern California. 

Hammer grew up in St. Paul. Minnesota, but lived in six cities 
throughout her life. Her family settled in Scottsdale. Arizona where 
Hammer attended high school. When it came time to choose colleges. 
Hammer found the b'A irresistible. 

"I originally wanted to go out of state just because you know I was 
a good student in high school, thought ! could gel into a lot of difTercnt 
schools and w hen I came dow n here, I just loved it," she said. "I went 
on a tour and I lo\ cd the tour guide and I loved everything about the 
school." 

"For a school this size, you would feel that oh yes there's tons of op- 
portunities, there's tons of stuff to do but yoi 
just feel like a number," said Hammer. "But 
it's got the best of both worlds. It's a huge ' 
school opportunity wise, with like a really 
small school feel. And obviously it's set in a 
great location and 1 couldn't have asked for 
anything else." 

I lammer took advantage of those op- 
portunities and it managed to change her life 
After rushing Chi Omega in the fall of her 
freshman year, it became an experience that 
affected the rest of her life at the university. 

"This has kind of been like the central 
part of my experience because I've basically 
learned about everything else from being in 
Chi Omega and it's always kind of a home." 
said Hammer. "It's a place I can always 
come back to." 

As a student research assistant w ith 
the Women's Healthy Eating and Living 
Study, Hammer worked w ith breast cancer 
sur\ i\ors to help track how dietary habits 
can decrease the risk of cancer. In charge of 
recordkeeping and tracking the participants 
emotional well-being, Hammer said the 
women she talked to provided her w ith "one 
of the most positive experiences" she's had 
in college, as well as "changed (her) outlook 
on life." 

"It's really humbling to realize that you 
could be freaking out about the most minute 
things and there are people out there fighting 
for their lives and they still put a smile on 
their face and they still think that every muni 
dane detail of their life is wonderful because 
they actually get to do it," said Hammer. 

"That's been one of the most wonderful, 
one of the most amazing experiences I've 
had." said Hammer. 

It is no wonder, then, when Hammer 
tells me her "favorite time of life has been 
college." 




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omc of Ryan Parker's earliest memories are ofdrawing with his dad. 

"I guess it's something that I'm born with, just like an innate 
need to express myself," Parker said, a studio art senior with an 
emphasis in illustration. "That's kind of vague, but that's the only way 1 
can really describe it. I've just always had this need to communicate my 
thoughts and feelings with other people, so (drawing) helps me do that." 

Parker has been focused on drawing seriously since before high 
school, creating a portfolio that would help him in college. 

"It's the only thing I've really found that makes me work, and makes 
me want to work really hard," he .said. "So it's not that other things aren't 
challenging, lord knows I couldn't be a biochem major, but art just really 
challenged me in the right way. used the right part of my brain." 

Most recently, Parker has been drawing portraiture of corporate, 
business and political leaders as a way of expressing his opinions of the 
corporate world. He showcased his portraits in a solo show in the Kachina 
Lounge of the Student Union Memorial Center in the fall semester. 

"It was almost entirely positive; I got a lot of good response and it was 
just awesome to have all my friends from different backgrounds, differ- 
ent academic backgrounds, coming to the same place at the same time to 
support me. So it was really 
cool," Parker said. 

When Parker isn't 
drawing, he's finding time 
to be involved with the Art 
History Club, "Persona" art 
and literary magazine and 
academic honoraries. For 
"Persona," Parker worked 
on attracting more art sub- 
missions for the magazine 
and was able to experience 
the process of putting a 
book together; a process he 
hopes will help him in his 
I'uturc. 

"1 got to see the making 
of a book from all sides 
and incorporating dilTerent 
artists' work into the same 
work was really cool to see; 
so I was really proud of that 
when it came out," Parker 
said. 

He is no selfish artist, 
either. Parker is committed 
to helping others through 
community service work in 
his honoraries and through 
work with the city of 
Scottsdalc. I le spent a sum- 
mer working as a drawing 
instructor lor 5- to 12-year- 
okls. a job that was tough, 
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trying experience at first," 
he said. "It was so tough. I 
almost w anted to cry. and 1 
don't really cry, but 1 almost 



wanted to cry when I came home from the first day because the kids were 
just so diflicult and I just felt like I wasn't getting through to them. But by 
the end of it. I really felt confident in what I was teaching them and how 
much fun I was having with them. And some of them were even getting 
better. The ones that were really serious about it were learning new things 
about drawing and so that was really rewarding: Overall, it was just really 
fun to go into that teaching environment, to be able to make a little bit of 
difference," Parker said. 

It's no surprise that Parker is an artist, especially when he tells you the 
story of his favorite childhood toy, a block of wood. 

"It would be everything to me." he said. "It would be a car, a train, a 
TV remote, a brick in a building; it was basically anything I wanted it to 



be. A nymg machnie of any kind, it could be a person. It didn't matter." 
"I decided it was a symbol of my imagination in that I make my life 
out of making something from nothing," Parker said. "That's what art is to 
me. Taking all these outside abstract elements and solidifying them in 2-D 
or 3-D form." 



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hy Carrie Bui 

oday's the day that you've got to hve and you make the choiec to 

do it," said systems engineering senior Todd Roman. 

Tliat is Roman's motto tor hfe and For the past four years, Ro- 
man has attended the UA with the intention of trying to 'live eaeh day to the 
fullest." 

The first to finish eollege in his family, Roman is exeited to graduate 
from the university and move on to the University of California, Berkeley, 
where he'll be attending graduate school. 

"(Systems engineering) is very different from a lot of the other engineer- 
ing, in that it's less hands-on. building, physical stuff, and more of a holistic 
view of engineering, I think." Roman said. "It's really interesting and also 
going to be extremely crucial to modern engineering projects and develop- 
ment." 

Originally, from Phoenix, Roman chose to attend the UA for the engi- 
neering program and for its proximity to home w ithout actually living at 
home. 

"I was always pretty independent, so the whole being independent wasn't 
a big change for me," Roman said. "Living on my own was a little bit of a 
change, but because I was so independent. I didn't really feel that whole col- 



While attending school, 
Roman Juggled a variety of 
activities to balance his own 
engineering and artistic interests. 
Roman has participated in the- 
atre, l-ngincoring Ambassadors, 
academic honoraries and has 
spent I 1/2 years working as a 
software engineer for IBM. 

"I did Chain (iang last year 
and that was a really, really awe- 
some experience, mostly because 
of the dilTcrenl people that were 
in the group," Roman said. "It's 
a junior honorary and it was an 
awesome group of people. It was 
a nice chance to interact with 
people I wouldn't ever normally 
even get to talk to because obvi- 
ously, they're all spread across 
the uni\ersity in different col- 
leges." 

His experiences have cer- 
tainly made him no stranger to 
the LI A. 

"I can't walk around this 
cam|ius for more than two 
minutes w ithout running into 
somebody that I know." he said. 

Roman's no stranger to Lu- 
rope now, either. His easygoing 
attitude tra\ eled with him and 



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ets the next day and went to London over winter break," Roman said. 

In Europe, Roman had the opportunity to see world famous art pieces 
like Michaelangelo's David sculpture and the Sistine Chapel. 

"The mere stature of (David) alone is awesome because it sits on a pil- 
lar probably about four or five feet high and then I think it's 15 feet tall or 
something like that," Roman said. "He did it when he was like 20, which is 
unbelievable. And it is unbelievable. Phenomenal; best piece of art I've ever 
seen in my life and I've seen a lot of art." 

Europe widened Roman's art experiences, but also his world perspective 

"I think it changes how you view, not really how you view individual 
things, but how you view the way you approach life," he said. "Getting a 
chance to have that kind of exposure to alternative cultures, alternative lan- 
guages, kind of gives you the opportunity to realize how big the world is am 
how diverse it is. How there are tons of different people and they all have 
normal everyday lives just like we do and they're just trying to get by." 

People may just \ry to get by, but Roman has certainly gotten by with the 
best of them. ( 

"1 don't think there is anything that, looking back, I can say, 'Wow. I ' 
wish I would have done that.' because I really believe that I've done what I ' 
wanted to do while 1 was here," Roman said. 




winter breaks. 

"We were eating lunch one 
day and my roommate's like, 
"dude we should go to London' 
and I'm like, "alright, let's 
buy tickets.' So we bought tick- 




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luis salas 



hy Carrie Bui 

uis Salas sits down across from mc at Coffee Exchange with a cup of 
— coffee and we immediately launch into conversation. It's only a couple 
linutes into our conversation that Salas turns the tables on mc and begins 
Bking me about myself That's the kind of guy Salas is - he is the unex- 
ected. 

Salas majored in art history and minored in journalism which explains 
Dw he managed to interview his interviewer. Salas started out at the uni- 
ersity as a studio art major, discovering along the way a love for Northern 
! uropean art, which is now the focus of his art history studies. 
i "It really pleased my eye and pleased, kind of like, my intellect," Salas 
I aid. 

However, as a Hispanic male, Salas is always questioned about his deci- 
on to study art that is so drastically different from his cultural background. 
I , "I'm always asked, 'you know Spanish, you're a Hispanic male, wouldn't 
i ou rather be doing something more relevant to where you're from?' And I 
i link that just disregards so much the complexities of an individual person," 
; said. 

"A lot of it was purely intellectual but a lot of it was also going into 
^mcthing that was really foreign, something different, something as far 
.vay as possible, and just kind of delving into it and becoming familiar with 
', instead of doing the same thing 
lat someone would expect you to 
3," Salas said. 

Though some may see Salas 
; just a Hispanic male studying 
1 history, Salas would prefer not 
;ing judged solely on his ethnic 

Iiickground. Salas has lived in 
'ucson since he immigrated to the 
' iiited States from Mexico when 

: was five years old. 
"I understand that I'm from 

lexico and I have all my family 

ere and it's like my roots, it's 

ke my sense of origin, but really. 

•owing up here has, like, shaped 
s ho 1 am, my attitudes, my opin- 

ns, my perspectives and stuff," 

alas said. "It's really important 
3 urmejust to be conscious of both 

:cause they contribute different 
i ings to my outlook and things." 

. Despite hopes that he is not 

■:fined by being Hispanic, Salas 

iderstands the power he has in 

:ing a successful Hispanic male. 

I "I do like to try and be an ex- 

nple, like we have a lot of other 

'lunger scholars, so it's important 

fr me that I do succeed at what 

jio because it allows for there 
be precedent," Salas said. "So 

jher people tiying to do whatever 

;is they're doing, see that it can 

p done." 
The example and influence 

lias wants to set for younger 

udents is a goal that he hopes to 

iny on throughout his life. For 

|c immediate future, Salas will 

jtend the University of Califor- 



nia, Berkeley and work towards getting his Ph.D. Afterwards, he hopes to 
teach and give back to the community. 

"I totally want to leach," Salas said. "I'm a rambler as you can sec. so I 
think I'd be good at rambling in front of younger, bored kids so I think that'd 
be really good for me. And it would be a way, quote unquote, all the stuff 
that's been invested in me. it would be kind of a way of paying it back in 
small increments. I think that would be the ideal thing for me to do." 

Salas will have plenty to teach, too. He does the unexpected, he'll break 
out of his comfort zones, and he has the confidence and ambition to do it all. 

"You never really have a chance to gauge your own self-worth if you 
don't go out somewhere else besides this little area that you've established," 
Salas said. "I would never stay here (in Tucson) at the stage of my life where 
I am right now. I couldn't have done it when I was 19, 20 because I know 
myself and I know that I couldn't have handled it. Now 1 think I'm kind of 
ready to handle it, I'm kind of ready to get out of the bubble with my parents 
and that safety net. 

"It's kind of like a foreign concept to me though thinking that I'm going 
to like re-establish everything, people that 1 know, friends. 1 might as well be 
a brand new person. I'm thinking about seriously like exploring what kind 
of person I'm going to be now that 1 don't have to worry about pretensions. 
People won't know me." 




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imberly Steward knows that every success 
story, from a skyscraper to career, starts with a 
,, good foundation. And she is not afraid to build 

crsclf. 

From creating concrete canoes to dancing dreams. Steward put passion 
1 dedication into both her college career and encouraging other potential 
tineers. 

I'Tm proud to have made a difTerence in people's lives, to see people I've 
ped to get involved and to just get tired up about engineering!" Steward 
I. 

'The unstoppable civil engineering senior made sure to share her passion 
engineering, from serving as president of the Society of Civil Engineers 
'E) to mentoring as an RA for the Women in Science and Engineering 
ig of Gila Hall. She taught elementary students that math is fun and high 

Ijol students that engineering is a blast through her work as an Engineer- 
Ambassador. 
' i"We just try to open up the idea of engineering to high schoolers and 
.„ Idle schoolers to let them know how fun it can be," she explained. "It's 
■' ) a really rewarding job to go out and show 
mg girls that girls can do engineering and that 
s like math and science." 
Steward's interest lay in geotechnical engi- 
fring, the aspect that looked at the very soil 
i every future foundation started on. While 
ward said that civil engineers were in major 
!;| land in the job market, she said that her 
, rt was with the program "Engineers Without 
.( !-ders." Steward worked to bring the program 
,'i UA. Student engineers were sent to develop- 
|. countries to implement designs benefiting the 
iill communities. 

'"A group of students, professionals and faeul- 
nembers work on a design project," Steward 
lained. "It can be how to get water from the 
:r to the community so that small girls don't 
e to carry it and can go to school, or how to 
p their fruits and vegetables fresh for a week 
hey don't have to sell it that day." 
Steward said that only 17% of engineering 
t lients were female, a fact that had become a 
■ discussion topic over the years. However, 
J ^'ard did not see the ratio as a dividing factor 

instead appreciated the camaraderie she 
"- red with all the students. 

fit's really a unique opportunity because the 
; |tionships you build with other girls are really 
ng, but you build strong relationships with 
guys as well," she said. "It is interesting be- 
jc there's a competitive edge, I think because 
want to prove you're just as smart as the 
I s and that you can do it." 
"I kind of grew up around boys so it's prob- 
V not as weird to me," she said. 
Steward said that her best experiences came 
»i her time with SCE, which she said was "the 



best club on campus." 

"Don't think I'm saying that because I'm president," she said with a 
laugh. 

Steward competed annually with the club in a national competition that 
pitted engineering teams from 16 universities in a battle of building and 
design. The team designed a working concrete canoe, a pendulum scale and 
a steel bridge by hand, cutting steel and welding their designs together. The 
UA team finished in the top three for the past few years in a row. 

However, beyond the dreams of soil and steel foundations. Steward 
revealed that her other love was dance. She said she had danced tap, jazz 
and ballet her entire life, taking classes into her college years. She pursued 
an internship in New York City so that she could continue both dancing and 
designing. 

"My dream was always to be a Rockctte in NYC," she said. "I could be 
an engineer by day and a Rockctte by night. People were like, 'Well, at least 
YOU know vou'll make some monev."" 




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Alpha Ciainma Rlio 254 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 2?0 
Alpha I'hi 2^] 



Abbott. Laiiien Ann 244 
Abbott, Tara l.ynn 244 
Abdcla/i/. Kelly .lean 2.^1 



Abahn. Oniccd 2<i.^ 
Abel. Scott Harris 260 
Abcll, Allison Ashley 241 
Abell. Patrick Daniel 272 
Abelowil/. .lared Grant 272 
Abernalliy. .Icnnifcr 144. 14,5 
Abijaoude, ,loanna A. 248 
Abranis, Hrandyn Tyler 255 
Abranis, Courtnev B 236 
Abt. ,loseph Reed 270 
Ab> ad. .lelTrey 2S2 
Achtman, Michael Norman 266 
Ackerley, Jennilcr 282 
Adants, Amy .loan 2.36 
Adams, Brandy Alciia 233 
Adams, Britany Marin 237 i 
Adams, Brittny Marie ' 
Adams, Cory "282 v ,;; 

Adams, Hassan 115. 160. 161 
Adams. John 264 
Adams, Kalherinc N 236 
Adams, Kayin Briee 235 
Adams, Scott M 264 
Addams, Hassan 15S 
Addison, David P. 255 
Adcleso, Danielle 151,282 
Adelstcin, Garrett A 263 
.Adishian, Kristeii Lee 241 
Adland, ,losh Kirk 260 
Adlcr, Daniel C 260 
Aguilera, Christina 23 
Agiiine, Ian C. 261 
Aguirre. Jessica C. 234 
Aguirre. Sara Victoria 244 
Ahcarn. Kathcrinc A 235 
Ahn.Jin 282 — - 

Aichinger, Lauren M 241 
Aiello, Andrew P. 270 
Airo, Renec 220 
Ajello, Kristcn L 243 
Ai/en,Alan 269 
Akschad, CjM 231 



Albcrlolle. Mark Thomas 269 
Alden, Brian 282 
Aldi ich, Malloi-y Anne 233 
Aldridge, Joe 110 
Alegria, Chris 276 
Alcmi, Golic 231 
Alexander, Ashley C. 235 
.Mexander. .Audrey N 243 
Alexander. Robert 282 
Alexander. Robert Daniel 265 
Alexandersson. Anna J. 241 
Alhadctr, Joshua J. 264 
Aliment, Kendall Elizabeth 244 
Allan, Kristi A. 235 
Allanson, Joy M. 241 
Allen, Amanda K 248 
Allen, Charles R 272 
Allen, Douglas Steven 257 
Allen, J.R 249 
Allen, James Richard 272 
Allen. Jeremy Robert 272 
Almalch, Ryan P 264 
Almaraz, Monica T 233 
Almaria, Keith Steven 277 
Almeleh, Justin David 255 
Alpha Chi Omega 233 
Alpha Delta Pi 228 
Alpha Lpsilon Phi 38, 229 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 38. 92, 255 



AltholT, Andrew P. 263 

AKare/. Angelica Martha 244 

Alvarez, Jolm Paul 269 

/\malo. Reggie G. 272 

Ames, Brian J 275 

Anaya, Maria Carmen 233 

Anderson, Ashley Brooke 241 

Anderson, Lric N. 270 

Anderson, (iencvicve Rose 229 

.Anderson, Jane Qiiinn 248 

Anderson. Kathcrinc Nicole 243 

■Anderson, Kelly Ann 236 

Anderson. Kristin Lrika 231 

Anderson. Matthew Lynch 272:i£i.iMi;; 

Anderson, Natalen B. 

Anderson, Zanc Taylor 308 

Andrews. Christina Marie 243 

Andrtis, Daniel 174, '.t« 

Angelini,Joe 269 ^ ,.,,,.,„,, v^. 

Anhousc, Jamie N 236 

Apat, Jocelyn A 232 

Aptel, Jason Scott 276 

Arab. Anastasia 282 

Arauz, Virginia 282 

Areus, Sara 233 

Arellano. Michael 264 

Argueta, Miguel Isai 260 

■Arizona Allegiance 101 

Arizona Blue Chip 208 

Arizona OfV-Road 206 

Arizona Rciieitory Ihcalrc 55 

Arizona Surfer 1 96 

Arizona Wildcat OIT-Road 195 

Armstrong, Alice Anne 23 1 

Annstrong, Dennis John 269 

Aniold, Jessica 152 

Arnold, Shanel L 241 

Arnold, Steven C. 272 

Aronotr, Adam Michael 259 

AronotT, Mary Nicole 244 

Arrcdondo, Aleasha M. 234 

■Arredondo. Marco .A. 267 

Asad, Douglas James 272 

■Asbury, Adam Anthony 270 

Ascencio, Fernando 28 

Ascnsio, Juan Carlos 272 

Ash, Matthew Samuel 264 

Ashbuni, Crystal J 242 

Ashcral\, Alfison R. 235 

Asian Pacific American Student ■AlTairs 

38 
Asnani, Mohit S. 275 
Association. .Alumni 41 
ASUA 195 

Atkinson, Joseph Hampton 265 
Atvvell, Jennifer .Anne 24 1 
.AtzelT. Natalie Ann 243 
■Ausick, Christina J 237 
Auslander, Kdith 41,71 
■Avenenti, Santino ■Arturo 277 
Avery t, Joshua J 264 
■Azari, Maziar 261 



Babins, Carly Jill 229 
BabyCatsToo 112 
Bac, Kelly K 236 
Backluiid, Peter Bond 276 
Bacon, Benjamin S. 263 
Badnarik, Michael 24 
Baghcniejad, Bijan .Aaron 264 
Bahbah, Leila Jean 237 
Bahoshy, Krin M. 236 
Baiada.Alcxis B. 243 
Baiba. Nir Jacob 255 
Bailey, Andrea L. 235 
Bailey, Jennifer 282 



Bailey, RvanH 272 
Bailey, Vanesha 130 ' 
Baines, Casey Claire 231 ■' 
Baize, Jessica 282 
Baker, Amanda M 229 
Baker, Chloc 24 
Baker, Danny J. 264, 
Baker, lirin 1-: 243 
Baker, Jessica M 248 
Baker. Kalherinc Drew 237 

Baker, Wade William 272 - — 

Bakkc, LiikDa\id 269 :- : 

Baldi, Lauren Marie 246 

Baldi, Michelc Marie 235 

Baldinger, lalya 229 

Baldwin, Bridgetl J.A. 241 

Baldwin, Michelle B. 246 

Band. .Adam I'rancis 272 

Barber. Douulas W. 275 

Barber, Kyle S 233 

Barclay, Leslee-Ann 282 

Barclay, I.cslec-ann E 242 

Barham. Brilney Leigh 235 

Barker, Aaron Phillips 263 

Barker, Scott 92 

Barlow, Donald Adam 255 

Barnard, Aaron Paul 261 

Barnes, Crisli 40,41 

Barnes, Dawn 282, 287 

Barnes, Ivan 169, 171 

Barnes, Kalherine M. 231 

Barnes, Ricky 179 

Barncson, Victoria J. 241 

Baniell. Staeev Kathryn 244 

Baron, Brooke J. 229 

Ban-. Christine 282 

Barr, Dartcn Bradford 263 

Barrasso, Julie A 229 

Barrett, Ashley M 243 

Barreuther. Kristin C. 246 

Barriga. Ciuillenno Enrique 265 

Barry. Katelyn Rose 235 

Barry. I auieu 282 

Bartholomew. Blake B 264 

Bartolim-\olk. Nicholas Michael 261 

Barton. W illiam Edward 270 

Banic, Nicole 246 

Bass, Elliott (iarncr 264 

Bates, Jeremy R. 265 

Batstone, Asiiley Elizabeth 241 

Batt, Sara 282 

Batt, Sara Alexis 237 

Batteniian, Rebecca Michelle 246 

Bauer, Brandt Edward 265 

Bauer, Jacob Matthew 263 

Baugh, Lindsay Kathcrine 244 

Baum, Kristina 145 

Bavham. Jacob W 265 

Beach. Michael 32 

Beall. Ryan Magruder 257 

Bcardsley, Lauren 243 

Beardsley, Megan 243 

Bcardsley, Robert () 265 

Bearman, Whitney Robinson 241 

Beaton, Breni William 265 

Beauregard, Matt 2 1 5 

Beck. Kelly Maureen 244 

Beck, Lindsey Paige 246 

Bcdrick, Sean .Aaron 275 

Bednck. Todd A. 263 

Beemiller, Whitney Kay 246 

Behrens, Richard D 272 

Beik, Neda 76 

Beko. Ashley Elizabeth 233 

Bclafsky. Ryane M 236 

Belitsos, Jeremy Andrew 263 

Bell, Austen 282 



Bellinger. Lindsay 241 
Bellows, Donald Clinton 272 
Bcmme, Daniela 170 
Beiialli, Marlene 282 
Bench, Johnny 187 
BenedeUi, Steven Michael 26^ 
Bcnnell, Adam 282 
Benncll. Carly Anne 241 



Bell, Mike 140 
Bell, Warren W 261 
BcUan, Tinany 61 
Beller, Graydon Sami 270 
Beller, Matthew Allen 264 



Bonuelt, Natalie 282 

Bcnstcin. Michael R 270 

Berdiug. Travis J 263 

Berg, lra\ is Lee 257 

Bergen, Christopher V. 263 

Bergougnan, Nathalie M. 244 

Bergslrand, .Anncka 105 

Beriyex a, Yelena 284 

Berkowilz, Tad 174 

Benuan, Rachel 284 

Bcrmudcz, Amie 70 

Bcrnal. Daniela S 242 

Berns, .Adam S 264 

Bernstein. Jessica Sydney 229 

Bcrtin, Jesse D. 275 

Bcsl, Elaine 284 

Best, John T 257 

Best, Nicole R. 233 

Beta Sigma l:psilon 258 

Beta Iheta Pi 257 

Betterton, Edward William 260 

Bevacqua, Erin 1 3 1 

Beverly, Michael Gray 270 

Bcycrlcin, Josephine Rose 244 

Bha\nani, Rajan 226 

Bhirdo, Aly 95 

Bibby, Mike 112 

Biegclman, Michael J. 255 

Bielli. Matthew Bennett 264 

BiUman. Aubri 156 

Billy, Julian Harlan 258 

Birteh, DeJav 219 

Bisbee, Clare Emily 243 

Biskind, Lauren Rose 235 

Bisordi, Monica 164, 165, 167 

Bistanv, Christopher M 263 

Bistany, Daniel J. 263 

Bimcr." David M 263 

Bittner. Danielle 308 

Blain. Michelle 284 

Blair. Charles 73, 75 

Blake, Kelly E. 243 

Blakiston. Rebecca 284 

Blancet, Stephanie Candace 248 

Blandin. Margaret C 236 

Blank, Daniefle W 229 

Blankenburg, Nicholas Andrew 254 

Blasberg, Erica 181 

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Michaud, Jessie Marie 229 
Michelotti, John 296 
Mihoeko, Megan Marie 248 
Miles, Skyler Arum 271 
Miletieh, Dori 228 
Miletich, Dorothy L 228 
Millabas, Janelle 213 
Millar, Davis Frederick 257 
Miller. Bryan John 275 
Miller. Casey Rae 236 
Miller. Hal 105 
Miller, Jordan L 248 
Miller, Justin D 255 
Miller, Lauren 309 
Miller, Lauren E 243 
Miller, Lauren Elizabeth 241 
Miller, Lind.sey Christine 244 
Miller. Lloyd A. 255 
Miller. Lonny Benjamin 270 
Miller. Mallor 13 i 
Miller. Mallory 127 
Miller. Michelle Nicole 230 
Miller. Monica Anne 233 
Miller. Ryan 206 
Miller. Sarah 249 
Miller. Sarah E 243 
Miller. Staci L. 246 
Miller. Tara Lynn 241 
Mills. Carlyle Jean 237 
Mills. Lucas W 275 
Milner. Stephanie 246 
Milstcr, Kris T 276 
Miner. Bradley 272 
Minno. Kurt Frederick 275 
Miranda-farias, Yerania 234 
Miretsky. Noah Vemon 269 
Mitchell, Jessica Dugan 236 
Mittelman. Dove Elizabeth 244 
Mittelstadt. Paul Otto 260 
Mitzman. Randall S 255 
Mize. Megan Amber 243 
Mizell.John 196,296 
Mlakar, Maja 176 
Mogan, Annemarie 243 
Moghadam-rad, Liyan 296 
Mohr, Alison 248 
Moline, Tasha Marie 235 
Monaco, Dominick P 261 
Moncada, Terry A 265 
Monder, Serina K 234 
Monger, Allison 296 
Monroe, Elizabeth Ann 236 
Monsman, Christina 246 
MontgoiTiery, Erica Rene 241 
Montoya. Lauren Claire 241 
Monzon. Ariel 275 
Moore, Katherinc 200.201 
Moore. Michael 24. 28 
Moore, Steven K 264 



Mora, ,Tcssica Kathryn 246 
Mora, Michael J. 265 
Morago, Elizabeth 296 
Moran, Katie 237 
Moreno. Bemadette 242 
Moreno, Diana Michelle 248 
Moreno, Jannct 242 
Moreno, Pedro 296 
Moreno, Pedro Geronimo 254 
Morgan, Garrett Bryan 263 
Morgan, Rebecca Georgette 237 
Morgan. Stephanie C 231 
Morris, Amy Joy 228 
Morris. Charles 297 
Morris. Christina Jamie 246 
Morris. Sonya M 242 
Morris. Taylor Diane 246 
Morrison. Shane D. 264 
Morrow. Kara 297 
Morse, Jennifer 235 
Morse, Patrick L 266 
Morten, Kevin Shaun 255 
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Morton, Ashlcigh Laurie 244 
Moscaliuc, Manuela Loredana 244 
Moses, Lauren F 243 
Moskowitz, Joel 71 » 

Mosley, Jason Michael 263 
Moss, Megan Jennifer 248 
Mossbrook, Harry 109 
Moussa, Christine Randa 248 
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Muenchow, Nick 157 
Muhammad, Khalid 297 
Mulhem, Lance 297 
Mullins, Tara Mary 244 
Mulvany, Kelli 144 
Mundt, Caria 297 
Mundy. Megan Elizabeth 244 
Munro. Garrett J 257 
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Murphy. David Robert 264 
Murphy. Margaret E 260 
Muiphy. Mark Randall 257 
Murphy. Meghan Eleanor 241 
Murray. Kallcen Laura 236 
Murrin, Thoinas 249 
Mun-in, Thomas A 274 
Mwove, Patricia 297 
Myers. Erin L 248 
Myers, Tyson Hall 264 



Naber, Jeffrey John 265 
Nadler, Zachary Daniel 261 
Nagaoka, Ashley Toshiko 248 
Nagatomo, Kei 220,221 
Najewicz, Kaitlin 248 
Nakai, Raymond Nathaniel 258 
Nallen. Chris 179 
Nankin. Aaron Benjamin 255 
Napolitano, Janet 24 
Nash, Brent 297 
Nathel, Joshua Avery 263 
Navarro, William Steven 260 
Neavitt. Lindsey Nicole 243 
Nedberg, Lauren Rae 235 
Nedell, Sarah 249 
Nedell. Sarah D 229 
Neenan, Megan M 248 ^— 

Neff, Jacob James 273 
Neish, Michael J 273 
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Nelly 22 

Nelson, Anthony D 257 
Nelson, Benjamin Joseph 261 
Nelson, Christine L 244 
Nelson, Christopher Daniel 273 
Nelson, Cindy J 242 
Nelson, Katherine Ann 235 
Nelson, Meredith A 243 
Nelson, Nicolette Ruth 246 
Nelson, Whitney K 236 



Nemrow, Devra 297 
Ncmrow, Devra M. 248 
Newhall, Sarah Elizabeth 244 
Newman. Whitney Rae 235 
Newquist. Renee Lee 236 
Newton, Russell Scott 259 
Nguyen, Christine H. 232 
Nguyen, Melissa Senethep 238 
Niceoli, Hilary C 248 
Nicholls, Alli.son J 244 
Nichols, Lauren Ella 248 
Nichols, Stephanie Ellen 241 
Niedergang, Scott Andrew 272 
Niello, Richard Louis 263 
Nicman, Audrey 297 
Nilsen, DavidA. 259 
Nimlos, Julia A 246 
Nimnio, Margaret 297 
Nimmo. Margaret Alden 237 
Njonkou, Amina 152 
Nock, Cynthia A 231 
Nolan, Shane William 270 
Norman, Benjamin Thorning 254 
Northrop, Emma L 244 
Nothcis, Benjamin 297 
Novak, Emily J. 236 
Novick, Alyssa Gail 237 
Nuccio, Constance C. 244 
Nueman. Brandon J 264 
Nugent, Nicole Phillips 248 
Nussbaum, Perry Aland 229 
Nystedt, Heather 61.248 



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O'Grady, Colin 174. 175 

OToole. Kirra 297 

O'Brien. Jonathan Grant 255 

O'Brien. Seth 264 

O'Connor. Siirione Maria 236 

O'Donnell. Amanda Elizabeth 233 

O'Dorisio, Kaitlin R. 243 

O'Hagan. Ashley Penton 246 

O'Keefe. Kelly Kathleen 244 

O'Malley. Kyle B 257 

O'Malley. Patrick Michael 263 

O'Melia. Kiley M. 236 

O'Rourke, Abbey 243 

Oakley. Jonathan Erie 265 

Oates, Gregory James 265 

Ochoa, Lorena 1 8 1 

Ochoa. Valeria 98 

Odenberg. Jane E 235 

Oder. Lindsay 297 

Odhner, Charles T 274 

Okeke, Amuche 226 

Okla. Lindsay A 237 

Okun. Ryan G 255 

Olaiz, Leopoldo 261 

Olivarez-Giles, Nathan 103 

Olivarez-giles, Nathan Robert 257 

Oliver, Evan Spencer 257 

Olliffe, Rea J 243 

Oloff. Dana Lynn 229 

Olson, Garrett James 261 

Olson, Lute 41. 142, 160, 162,224 

Olson. Virginia Lucille 237 

Omega Delta Phi 277 

Ommen. Nicole Kristine 233 

Onderdonk. Thomas Albertson 272 

Opalka. Kevin 297 

Opeka, Robert James 272 

Ora. Chase H 265 

Orlov. Brandon M 270 

Orona, Erica R 233 

Orozco, Jenna A 248 

Orozco, Matthew B 273 

Orr, Ashley C 231 

Ortega, Michael Anthony 268 

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Otero, Maria 297 

Overstreet, Laura A 237 

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Paiva, Andrew William 257 

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Palicki, Ashley M 233 

Palmer. Downey E. 235 

Palmer, Jordan 297, 306 

Palniera, Jessica Michelle 229 

Palomaria, Aaron Beth Deniotica 242 

Panhans, Paul T. 264 

Papp, Michael Robert 273 

Pardi, Peter 259 

Park, Eugene 277 

Park, Gil-hyun 297 

Park, Justin J 260 

Parker, Ryan 291 

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Parks, Michelle Marie 231 
Parmcnter, John Edward 263 
Parra. Brec K 236 
Parrish, Kyle Henry 265 
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Parsons, Robert 298 
Parsons, Robert C 264 
Parsons, Rose E 248 
Pasquale, Ryan D 257 
Patch, Emilia Anne 243 
Patterson, Jennifer M, 248 
Patterson, Julia Rose 229 
Payne, Christian Anne 248 
Pazik, Marisa Noclle 231 
Pearce, Meghan W 235 
Pearl, Thomas F 272 
Pearson, Benjamin D 260 
Pechter, Greta Frances 229 
Peel, Megan K 231 
Peeples, Lindsey 130,298 
Peoples, Sarah E 246 
PeifFer, Angela 157 
Pelliecioni, Ryan David 263 
Pelzel, Elisabeth Anne 243 
Peng, Jeff 98 
Pennell, Kate L 248 
Penner, Mitchell Aaron 255 
Perez, Christina Marie 237 
Perisho, Alysha C 246 
Perkins, Claire G 235 
Perkins, Phoebe 298 
Perpich, Christina 246 
Perrault, Gregory William 265 
Perry, John Fletcher 265 
Perry, Katherine Anne 235 
Perry, Kelly 176 
Perry, Meaghan 298 
Perry, William K. 272 
Peters, Amanda Marie 248 
Peters, Bradley Lutton 276 
Peters, Erin 298 
Peters, Stepheny Victoria 237 
Petersen, Erik Ryan 275 
Peterson, Dara Carlin OseranJennifer 

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Peterson, Eric M. 272 
Peterson, Julie Ann 243 
Peterson, Rachel 1 34 
Peterson, Thomas 260 
Petitti, Michael 298 
Petrilli,AshlieRenee 235 
Petzoldt, Jordan Laura 237 
Peyton, Ashley D 241 
Pfutzenreuter, Ryan A 265 
Pham, Virginia Hong 246 
Phatak, Radhika 298 
Phelan, Kate Elizabeth 243 
Phillips, Anderson 298 
Phillips, David Joseph 255 
Phillips, John T 265 



Phillips, Kylec E. 248 
Phillips, Matthew B. 265 
Phillips, Melissa 237 
Phillips, Niccole 248 
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Phi Kappa Psi 38, 275 
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Pholphiboun, Mali 298 

Piakis, JonA 257 

Piccolo, Jennafer D 248 

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Pierce, Chris 276 

Pierson, Brett Allen 255 

Pierson, Nicolas 298 

Pignataro, Allison L 231 

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Pinnell, Ryan A 263 

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Powell, Ashley E. 236 

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Prashad, Ayesha R 235 

Pratt, Jennifer A. 244 

Praw, Amy 114 

Pre- Vet Club 213 

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Price, Matthew Ryan 260 

Primeau, Keith R 275 

Primero, Elizabeth 242 

Prinz, Linda S. 237 

Proctor, Chase Hamilton 265 

Professional Achievements in Nursing 
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Professional Achievement in Nurs- 
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Prophet, R. 24 

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Prydc, Noelle Marie 246 

Puckctt, Jason Allen 269 

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Puzauskas, Katherine 300 



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Qubti, Ramez 300 
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Rabinowitz, Stephanie Brooke 237 

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Ramirez, Amelia 242 

Ramirez, Cynthia D. 234 

Ramirez, Jose Vidal 275 

Ramirez, Vilma 300 

RaiTisey, Janet E 241 

Ramsey, Lisa M 248 

Randall, Matthew Loren 270 

Ransom, Sara 28 

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Raposa, Ashley 24 1 

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Rasool,Tariq 106 

Rawson, Ronald Craig 272 

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Redding, Daniel 269 

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Reed, Carmen A 24 1 

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Reilly, Stephen Mccord 264 

Reimer, Carlye E 23 1 

Reingold, Adam 224 

Reingold, Adam Gerald 255 

Reinseh, Jami Lynn 23 1 

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Remy, Jeannine 202 

Renninger, David Jonathan 264 

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Rhoda, Meredith C. 244 

Rhodes, Ann E 241 

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Rich, Lisa 82 

Richards, Chelsea M. 235 

Richards, Jeanette Elise 244 

Richardson, Lina J 245 



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Rierson, Scott Christopher 272 
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Rillos, Mark Aaron 272 
Ringer, Joshua T 270 
Riper, John Van 305 
Risi, Christopher Joseph 265 
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Rivera, Hector 80 
Robbins, Shari Ann 229 
Roberts, Danielle 29 
Roberts, Joshua Graham 257 
Robertson, Laura B. 241 
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Robinson, Kelly Anne 243 
Robinson, Lcif 300 
Robinson, Michael Anthony 257 
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Robinson, Rashad Ahmed 271 
Robley, Sally Ann 233 
Rochefort, Jessie 1 77 
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Rodriguez, Gabriel 269 
Rodriguez, Lisette 67 
Rodriguez, Rahm Belim 261 
Rodriguez, Samantha V 236 
Rogers, Brandon L 276 
Rogers, Brooke G. 235 
Rogers, Nina 300 
Roggow, Jeremy 219 
Rogoff, Brandon K 265 
Rolland, Lisa Christine 228 
Rolling, Jonathan Barrett 274 
Rollins, Bryan 69 
Roman, Kristen A 243 
Roman, Todd 294 
Romash, Rebecca S 233 
Rome, Daniel Philip 266 
Romero, Carlos 46 
Romero, Juanita 301 
Romero, Thomas 277 
Romo, Stephanie A 24 1 
Roney, Allison B 235 
Ronquillo, Ina 301 
Ronstadt, Linda 28 
Rook, Elizabeth Anne 243 
Rook, Katherine J 243 
Roon, Sean Charles De 276 
Ropse, Tiffany M 243 
Rope, Adam L 266 
Rorbach, Clark Partick 265 
Rorbach, Erin Gretchen 243 
Rosa, Gregory Richard 272 
Rosander, Brooke Alyse 235 
Rosea, Ryan 110 
Rosen, Alanna Marette 244 
Rosen, Brooke A 244 
Rosen, Jennifer Davida 235 
Rosen, Lee 301 
Rosen, Lee M. 260 
Rosen, Scott Ira 255 
Rosenberg, Drew Ari 270 
Rosenberg, Matt 105 
Rosenberg, Matthew Kyle 255 
RosenblooiTi, Daniel Andrew 270 
Rosenbloom, Sara 56 
RosenbluiTi, Ryan 255 
Rosener, Kimberly Kelley 241 
Rosenson, Jonathan M 270 
Ross, Adam R 260 
Ross, Kristal Nicole 229 
Ross, Michael James 255 
Ross, Tyler M 229 
Roswell, Samantha Alyse 231 
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Rolhinan. Emily H. 229 
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Rouse. Jeremy Robert 268 
Rovinsky, Jaequeline Rachel 236 
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Rupp, Michael 264 
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Russell, Bryan M 272 
Russell, Charles M 264 
Russell, Erin M. 248 
Russell, Jason L 270 
Russell, Kristina Marie 246 
Russell. Lindsay Louise 248 
Russell, Steven Kevin 263 
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Schmidtman, Sandra K 235 

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Shadegg, Stephen Barden 265 

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Shahvar. Jonathan M 266 

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Straluiii, .lessiea 236 
Stranberg. Heather Lindell 246 
Strand. Amy Miehellc 235 
Sirasheim. Ma<ldison Marie 244 
Straiieh, Colleen I- 244 
Street Perlbrming and Incendiary Arts 

201 
Strieker, Phillip L 257 
Strole, .lenniferA 243 
Strom, Matthew R 257 
Stubbs. Amanda Rhea 24S 
Students lor OrganDonation SO 
Students in I'ree linterprise 42 
Student Rcereation Center 62 
Studio, April 62 
Studio, April Thcrcse 246 
Sturgis. Megan M. 244 
Suarez, Anna 112 
Suarcz, Anna Rose 248 
Sugiyania, Aki 220 
Suh, Daniel 257. 303 
Sullivan. Brittany Kay 231 
Summerville. Jessica 303 
Sundheimer. .lustin Ryan 260 
Sung, N'un-ehul 303 
Suniian, Kristin Lacy 233 
Sussex, l-rica 304 
Sutter, Fred Robert 272 
Sulterley, Melissa Sue 241 
Suydani, Tanya M. 240 
Svvaback, Catherine M 236 
Swanson, Circgory G 264 
Swanson, Jeffrey Kenneth 270 
Swanson. Megan 304 
Sy.Annc 304 
Sykes, Lesley E. 244 
Sykes. Monica ManjaiTes 242 



Tadeo. Jason Ross 275 
Takacs, Michael B 264 
Tal,Avi 269 
Taliaterro, Brian 304 
Tamayo, Amber A. 234 
Tambkc. Walter Thompson 265 
lamblyn, Lindsey 304 
Tang. Gary 78 
Tani. Rocky 77,304 
Tanori, ITizabeth 308 
Tansey. Joclle Soiidra 248 
Tapia, Linda M 234 



Tat. Mimi 238 
Tate, Ashley Jane 235 
late, Gregory James 271 
Taiiber, Jay me I.ee 231 
Taufic|, I'aha 304 
Tau Beta Sigma 195 
Taylor, Ashley J 243 > 
Taylor, Aubrey 165 ■ 
lavloi'. Christian 304 j 



Trotter, Shelton Rayne 236 

Truilt, Craig Tyler 257 

Truitt, Kevin J 257 

rrujillo, l->nesto 304 

Irtnizo, Rebecca Josephine 246 

Tsark, Greg 6 

Tubbs. Rhonda 76 

I'licker. Clirislonher Michael 263 



Taylor. Kim 226 
Taylor. Kristin 304 
laylor. Kristin Cathleen 248 
Taylor. Melissa 308 
Taylor, Iracv R 230 f 
Tealdi. Kelly 290. 304 " - 

Tealdi, Kelly K.O. 231 

Tealdi. Keny Colleen O'Donnell 231 
Tebbutt. Tory Anne 241 



Tennenbaum. Joshua l.ane 255 

Ten/er. Tammy Tara 229 

Tessmcr. Justin 270 

"Teyechea. Tinily Kathryn 243 

Thaanum. Veronica 304 

Thaanum. Veronica Ann 248 

Thayer. James I.angston 275 

Thciander. Stacv i:h/abcth 236 

Thelcn. Ashley 1) 248 

ThetaNuXi 240 

ThetaTau 38 

Tholcn. Benjamin James 265 

Thomas. Cassandra lilizabcth 246 

Thomas. Kelly 137 

Thompson, Aaron Dale 272 

Thompson, Daniel 304 

Thompson, Jason l-ric 271 

Thompson. Jessica Rae 243 

Thompson. Kelli A 244 

Thompson. Kyle Maurice 272 

Thompson, Megan Maureen 244 

Thompson, Stelanic 135, 203, 304, 
309 

Thomson. Rachael Christina 243 

Thornhill-lhomas. Robert (irey 270 

Thorstenberg. Russell Bender 275 
Thurber. Aaron C 265 
Tierne>. Mike 203 

Tierney. Robin 1 32 
Tietz. Cynthia 304 
Tilleskjor. Anthony G 257 

Tillmati. Pat 9 

Tinncll, Geoffrey Lainbcrt 254 

Tobias, Dan 1 30 

Tobin-robertson. Ashlci Michelle 239 

Todd, Taylor S 243 

Tom. Titiany Marie 237 

Tomhokan. Diana 304 

Tor. Jeremy 204.205 

Torbitt, Heather 28 

Torres, Susana Kette 242 '^^J;;™* 

Torv ie, Erie Jorgenson 265 

Touchc, Ashley Elinor 244 

Touehe. Charles Steven 265 

Toulon. Tiare Sinclair 244 

Toussainl, Brandon 109 

Towe, Ana Lucia 241 

Towne, Justin 304 

Townend. Kathryn J. 244 

Tow nsend, Ste\ en Mark 260 

Traikn. Trent Jarretl 261 

Travis, Steven lidward 257 

Trebbin. Lara Katelyn 23 1 

TrcgubotV. Jacob Jolin 273 

Treistman, Angelica 229 

Trevino, Ashley 237 

Tribble, Richai'd William 263 

Triesclmann, Laura E 248 

Trieu, Atlas 60 

Trimble, Emily Majewski 236 », ..-^v^. 

Trimble. Patrick Michael 272 ! " ' 

Tripp. Laura 1 09 

Trompeter, Helene Paula 246 



Tuckcll. Rick 56 
TuTail, YusuTZahid 257 
Tuiasosopo, Mike 143 
Tully. HaileyJamar 243 
Tujiper. Ashley Loran 235 
Turk. Nicole D 244 
Tusscy, Ethan 92 
Tyree, Amanda Sara 246 



UAB 44 

UA Mock Trial 204 

UA Steel 202 

Ubl. David C 265 

IJccellini, Doininic Peter 260 

Udin. Sean L 255 

Unger, Scotl Ross 255 

Upiter, Sharri Kerstin 229 

Usen. Ben Jacob 264 

Uth, Lind.say J. 243 



VadiUo, Daniel Rene 274 
Valdiv ia. Adrian Gabriel 264 
Valencia, Alex 304 
\adencia. Jeanette 242 
Valenli. Kian Douglas 270 
Valentin. Augusto 61 
Valenzuela, Arleen 305 
Valenzuela, Krislie 305 
Valenzuela, Rebecca O 242 
Valenzuela, Renee Christina 247 



Vance, Marceline L 235 
Vandenbossclie, Clayton 305 
X'anina. Brian Adam 275 
Varitek, Jason 8 ^^;ii a» 

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Vasquez, Christina 305 
N-asudev, Indu Sesh 240 ==. ,. 
Vega, Timothv 263 
Vella, Lyndsax Paige 237 
Vcprek,'Mattliew 305 
Verdejo, Jesus 101 
Verdugo, Patricia 305 
Vcrdugo, Sasha 305 
Verdugo, Shalom Sarah 242 
Vernon. Sheri M 229 
Vieira. Natalie A 243 
Viggiano, Alexis 1 73 
Viscardi, Marc 34, 76. 305 
Viscardi, Mark 92 
Vissering, Sage 206 
Vitalc. Dick l60 
Vizcaya. Jennifer Marie 242 
Vizcaya. Stephanie Joy 242 
Vlean, Julian 203 
Vbgel, Laura 61 
Vogelci, Richard Matthew 272 
Vogels, Matthew Simon 265 
VogLJeffP 270 
Vollmcr. Jacob Joseph 265 
Vorpahl. Leah Patricia 248 
Vourderis, Marisa 229 
Vrics. Reynolds O'Mara De 243 
Vybomy. Matthew Luke 261 



Wade. Christopher M 272 
Wahlberg. Tracey D 235 
Walbcrc, Couilncy M. 235 
Wald. Katie L 241 
Walcnca. Ann K. 242 



Walker, Devin Russell 257 
Walker, Jessica 305 
Walls, Clinton E 254 
Walsh. Lisa 217 
Walsh. Thomas John 264 
Walter. Amanda 305 
Walter. Amanda D 235 
Walter, Diana 305 
Waller, Kathryn Marie 235 
Waller, Nicholas Lee 264 
Walters, Kirk 158. 160 
Walters, Leroy 258 
Walton, Margaret M 23 1 
Wandoloski, Melissa A 246 
Wang, Jonathan 259 
Wang, Winni 1, 238 
Wang, Yuming Y 263 
Ward, Caitlin Anne 236 
Ward, John M. 263 
Ward, Lance (iregory 270 
Warkentin, Paul 174 
Warm, Lindsey Heather 229 
Warren, Kathi 6 
Warshauer, Tyler Davis 264 
Warthman. Renee 308 
Walermaii, Cari A 236 
Waterman, Carrie Jean 244 
Waters, Alana Marie 243 
Waters, Candice Monet 23 1 
Waters, Kristin L 235 
Watkins, Katie Michele 241 
Watson, Heather 305 
Watt. Andrew Robertson 263 
Watt, Christine Elizabeth 236 
Wall, Justin 263 --^ 

Walls, Lezley Ann 24 i ::, 

Wa> land, (iregory Michael 264 
Webb. John Joseph 259 
Weber. John Leigh 263 
Weber, Jordan Daniel 261 
Weber, Megan Marie 241 :'' 

Webster. Neil Richard 270 
Wedam, Allison Christine 243 
Wedge, Brooke Michelle 243 ,5- 
Wedbm,Alli 278 f 

Weeks. Allison C. 235 

Weidman. Charles D, 119 

Weighlnian. Emily 305 '" 

Weightman. Emily Elizabeth 231 ! 
Weinberg. Jacob 305 
Weinberg. Michelle N. 229 
Wciner. Alexandra S 229 
Weiner. Matthew A 255 
Wciner. Samuel P 270 
Weinslein. Andrew Michael 266 
Weinlraub. Andrew Michael 275 
Wcintraub. Tamara A 244 
Weiiv Elise C 243 
Weisband. Nate 58 
Weisband, Nathan James 255 
Weisberger-k.iufman, Nicholas 255 
Weiss. Mathew Stephen 255 
Weiss. Michael William 255 
Weilzman. Rachel Leich 241 
Welch, Bart 272 
Wells. Jennifer K 248 
Wells. Nicole 220 
Wells. Nicole G. 246 
Welp, Richard 273 
Welsh, Lindsey Ann 244 
Wenderolh. Bradley Ray 264 
Werlenberger. Brooke 305 
Wesenberg. Malt 214 
Wcsenberg. Matthew John 261 
West, Ashley Lauren 244 
West, Christina Marie 246 
West. Emily Kathryn 236 
West, Jessica Sarah 246 
Westcrfield. Stephanie N. 23' 
Weston, Maggie 212.213 
Whcaton. Mary -whitnev Evans 246 
Wheeler. Dee-Dee 151'. 153, 154 
Wheeler. Jessica E 244 



Whcclcr, Megan Jeanne 236 
Wheeloek, Chryslal 305 
Whclch, Whitney 181 
Whisonant, Ashley 152, 153 
Whitcomb, Jen 308 
White. Anne 68 
White, GeotTrey C 268 
While, James William 265 
Whiteford. Patiiek Coyne 268 
Whitley. Jessiea L. 246 
Whitmore, Sage 1 36 
Whitson, Jenna Paige 248 
Whittington, Rcbecea 306 
Whittington. Rebecca A 248 
Wie, James Ji Hwang 269 
Wiencke, Paige Marie 235 
Wienert, John Clark 254 
Wijctunga, Chantelle 306 
Wilbur. Michael L 269 
Wilcox, Aaron Michael 276 
Wildcat, Wilbur the 33, 141, 156, 157 
Wildcat, Wilma the 33, 156 w;^^ 
Wilder. Michael Dane 269 W^K 
Wilder. Travis 63 
Wiley. Christophe J 268 
Wiley, Shcy Michelle 236 
Wilhclm, Michelle P 228 
Wilhelmi, Eva Rose 241 
Wilk, Mary E. 237 
Wilkening, Whitney Ann 243 
Wilkinson, Sarah 306 
Wilks. Candice 130 
Williams. Brent Allen 263 
Williams, Brianna Christcl 236 
Williams, Bryan Lee 275 
Williams, Courtney 306 
Williams, Courtney Strcitmatter 228 
Williams. Garrett 274 
Williains. Kyra Elisabeth 236 
Williams. Matthew M 272 
Williams. Ricky 138 
Willis, TJ 44 

Wilner, Brooke Nicole 237 
Wilson, Brandon Robert 261 
Wilson, Corinn Shavon 230 
Wilson, Cynthia Sue 236 
Wilson, Julia N 237 
Wilson, Nicholas 32 
Wimmer. Lindsay M 241 
Windisch, Matthew E 263 
Wing, Justin Francis 263 
Winkle. Jeffrey David 257 
Winkle. Kelli 35.38.61 
Winkler. Kevin Michael 272 
Winokur, Jonclle M 246 
Winston, Jillian L 244 
Winston, Rachel 244 
Winter, Amanda Victoria 243 
Wirkus. Melissa Kay 241 
; Wise, Trevor E 273 
'. Wisnicr, Jenna Emily 235 
I Wisner, Kelly M 235 
' Wisner, Leslie Anne 235 
Witeher, Brian Joseph 264 
Wochok.Tim 148 i . ^ 

Wolf. Matt 306 
Wolf, Thomas 306 
Wolfe, Adam Richard 254 
Wolfert. Jonathan Michael 263 
Wolff, Bradley Michael 264 
Wolfson, Bailee Lauren 229 
Wolk, Barry 304, 306 
Wolk, Barry R 257 
Wolter, Robert Alan 265 
Woltz, Sainantha Lauren 229 
Wong,Ailccn 202,203 
Wong, Brittany Nicole 232 
Wong, Brook 147 
Wong, Dana 306 
Wong, Jay F. 265 
Wong, Lily 306 
Woo^ Stephen Donald 257 
Wood, Brad 141 



Wood, Cameron M 272 
Wood, Kelsey J 243 
Wood, Matthew L 260 
Wood, Scott Alexander 275 
Woodburn, Lindsey Marie 244 
Woodbury, Robert Burns 260 
Woodrick, Nicole M 244 -— 

Woodruff-carl, Sarah 306 

Woods, Andrew Michael 275 
Woods, Christopher Jarryd 270 
Woods. Michael Brian 265 
Woods. Rebecca 306 
Woods, William F 265 
Wooster, Angela Marie 235 
Worsley, Gregory D 265 
Wridc. Darcy Dawn 244 
Wright, Bill 174 
Wright, Christina C 246 
Wright, Talia 279 
Wright. Talia Alicia 231 
Wu. Eric C 264 
Wu, Rcgina 238 
Wu. Sarah 246 
Wuestenfeld. Kelly Ann 244 
Wulandari, Dian Putri 232 
Wurni, Karin 165 
Wyatt. Scott 270 
Wyer, Sally Jean 244 
Wylie, Mary Christiane 248 
Wyly, Tate D 254 
Wynn, Ashley 236 
Wynn, Samantha Anne 235 
Wyse, Ashley Nicole 243 



Yaeger, Jeffrey 306 
Yaegcr, Jonathan Black 264 
Yamanaka, Hitomi 220 
Yamauchi, Carrie Mclain 248 
Yanes, Karin 306 
Yannitelli, Meagan Elaine 243 
Yar, Eren Kocer 273 
Yates, Allison Nicole 233 
Yoon, Daniel Tae Joong 265 
Yosowitz, Gail M 235 
Yost, Jenna Siegel 235 
Young, Danette 306 
Young, Joe 34 
Young, Joe S 261 
Young, Sarah J, 243 
Younger, Amy 248 
Youngman, Brittany Evelyn 237 
Ytterberg. Deborah A 246 
Yundt, Julia Marie 243 
Yunger, Jessica M 235 
Yunt, Brian G. 257 
Yuzon, Johnmel Go 272 



Zahler, Richard 306 

Zahler, Richard J 260 

Zakhary, Paul 62 

Zamora, Guadalupe 242 

Zander, Jainie Allison 23 1 

Zapletal, David Y 255 

Zatopa, Lindsay 306 

Zazick, Jessica 74 

Zechmann, Cory Nathan 270 

Zccy, Christopher O. 272 

Zelik, Jeanine Marie 248 

Zctah, Amy Erin 241 

Zeta Phi Beta 239 

Zilinek, Shelby Elizabeth 231 

Zimmerman, Allison 42 

Zimmerman, Allison Katherine 241 

Zimmerman, Brett J. 270 

Zimmermann, Philip Alan 269 

Zipp, Samantha 41 

Ziv, Shoshana R. 244 

ZivicJerald 149 

Zloto, Adam Loren 265 

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Zuber, Michael 306 
Zucarelli, Michael 306 
Zueker, Elena Tcrese 243 
Zukowski, Kristcn Ann 241 
Zumbusch. Kara Veronica 244 
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Aasland, Stephanie S 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Education 
Aaslid, Alex 
(Chandler, AZ) 
Freshman, Political Science 
Abadie, Jeanne Alexandria 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Abate, April Miclielle 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Chemical 
Engineering 
Abbey, Jennifer J. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 
Abbitt, Katie Jo 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
\bbott, Dana Robert 
Tucson, AZ) 

=reshman. No Major Selected 
\bbott, James Leroy 
|Mesa, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business, 
Spanish 

\bbott, Lauren Ann 
Tucson, AZ) 
■reshman, Pre-Business 
\bbott,Tara Lynn 
Gilbert, AZ) 
lunior. Finance 
Vbd, Rahaman Nur-izwani 
Tucson, AZ) 

lunior. Systems Engineering 
\bdelaziz, Kelly Jean 
Tucson, AZ) 

lunior, Retailing & Consumer 
science. Business 
Mpha Phi 

Vbdel-hadi, Mostafa Alaa 
Tucson, AZ) 

lenior. Electrical Engineering 
Vbdelnour, John Richard 
Lake Forest, CA) 
Sophomore, Criminal Justice 
kbdelwahab, IVIohammad 
lasmalla 
Tucson, AZ) 
lunior. Physiological Sciences 
U>d-fatah, Abdul-yasser 
Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Systems 
ngineering 
Ibdi, Hamdi \. 
Phoenix, AZ) 
lunior. Political Science, Pre- 
Elementary 

African Student Association 
^bdouch, Gregory M 
Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics 
l^bdul, Rahman IMohd-hilmi 
Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Systems Engineering 
^bdulkadir, l\Aahad Farah 
Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
\bdullah, Badriya A 
Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Nutritional 
Sciences 

\bdul-malii<, Rul<iah S. 
Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Optical Sciences 
Engineering 
U>ed, Mandy 
Tucson, AZ) 

-reshman, No Major Selected 
U>edi, Keristineh 
Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 
(bedin, Omeed 
Houston, TX) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 



Abel.Yahia Mohammad 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Environmental 

Science 

Abela, Maya S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Liberal Studies 

Abed, Allison Ashley 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Abell, Patricit Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Abelowitz, Jared Grant 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Abels, Wenzel Wei-Kit 

(Simi Valley CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Sports, Outdoors, Traveling, 

Music, Arizona Men's 

Lacrosse 

Abernathy, Jennifer Lauren 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Abeyta,Toni J. 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Spanish, 

Sociology / American Indian 

Studies 

Abi-Ad, Joseph Pierre 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Communication, 

Business 

Phi Kappa Psi 

Abidaii, Moustapha 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Abijaoude, Joanna A. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, History, 

Spanish/French 

Chi Omega 

Abney, Brian Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Abney, Rachel Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Aboutalebi, Amirah Suzan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Abouzeid, Dominique G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Abou-zeid, Michael E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Abowitt, Sierra Christine 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Abraham, Matthew J 

(E Grand Rapid, Ml) 

Senior, Finance 

Abrahams, Emily Moss 

(San Diego, CA) 

Senior, Media Arts, Sociology 

Photography Film, Publicists 

For International Film Festival 

Emily, the media arts program 

tiave been a great combo. We 

are proud of you. Love, Mom, 

Dad and Noah 

Abrahams, Molly Mae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Abramo, John Antone 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Abramov, Roman E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Abramovitz, Michael R. 

(Alta Loma, CA) 

Freshman, Psychology, Judaic 

Studies 



Abramowitz, Danielle Batya 

(Bellevue, WA) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Abrams, Brandyn Tyler 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Abrams, Courtney B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Abrams, Dustin Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Abrams, Eric M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Abrams, Kylee Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Abrams, Robyn Jeanne 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Abrams, Sarah C. 

(Los Altos, CA) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Abramson, Steven Barry 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Abrego, Wendoly N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agriculture 

Abril, Brand! Jo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Abromovitz, Steele Eileen 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Abromowitz, Evin Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Abt, Joseph Reed 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology 

Abt, Lara Lindsay 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Abuahmad,Youslf M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mining Engineering 

Abueiian, Ghassan Ibrahim 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Abyad, Jeffrey Ellas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication, 

Arabic 

Music 

Accurso, Maureen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Acedo, Andrew Alexander 

(San Dimas, CA) 

Senior, Business Management 

Acedo, Corinna April 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Watching Movies And Going 

To The Mall, Shopping And 

Sleeping 

Acedo, Jessica T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Acedo, Mario Francisco 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Acenas, Jonathan Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Acevedo, Carlos R. 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 



Acevedo, Deanna S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business, Spanish 

Writing, Music, Management, 

Psychology 

Acevedo, Jesus R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Acevedo, Troy Julian 

(Rohnert Park, CA) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Anthropology 

Kyudo, Kenpo, Aikido, 

Philanthropy 

Achilles, Cherie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Achtman, Michael Norman 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Sigma Alpha Mu, ASUA, Hillel, 

Intramural Sports 

Ackel, Matthew Christopher 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism, 

Spanish 

Ackeriey, Jennifer Jayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Ackeriey, Kyle Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Ackerman, Andrew 

(Henderson, NV) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Ackerman, Derek D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Ackerman, Gregory Bryan 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Acklam, Alisa Nikol 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Ackley, Sarah Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Acklin, Emily Nelle 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Acomb, Alexandra Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Acosta, Alejandro V. 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Acosta, Andrea Rose 

(Niceville, FL) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Acosta, Drew Crayton 

(Danville, CA) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Volleyball 

Acosta, Guillermo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Acosta, Jonelle D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Sports Marketing Association 

Acosta, Marcella M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English, Religious 

Studies 

Acosta, Rene Saavedra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Industiral Engineering 

Acosta-ayala, Hector Manuel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Performance Piano 

Acre, Emily Neil 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Dance 



Acton, Adrienne M 

(Marana, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Acton, Ashley Susan 

(Denver, CO) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Photography, Contemporary 

Art, Journalism 

Acuna, Cynthia V. 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, Latin 

American Studies 

Acuna, Danilo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Acuna, Diana Kay 

(Winkelman, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Mentoring, Teaching Children 

Science, Lab-work, Arizona 

Biology Network, SACNAS, 

ABRCMS 

Acuna, Erik Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Acuna, Marc Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Education, Journalism 

Education 

Acuna, Maria Cristina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Intramural Soccer 

Acuna, Omar Joel 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Adada, Jalal N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Adam, Brian S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Adam, Michai 

(Marietta, GA) 

Senior, No Major Selected 

Adamcin, Peter Lawrence 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, No Major Selected 

Adams, Amanda Blair 

(Prospect, KY) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Adams, Amber Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 

Capoeira, Samba, Brazilian 

And African Dance, Writing, 

Music 

Adams, Amy Joan 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Delta Gamma 

Adams, Ann E. 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Adams, Annelise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Adams, Antje R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Adams, Brandy Alena 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Sociology 

Adams, Britany Marin 

(Davis, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Adams, Brittny Marie 

(San Mateo, CA) 

Junior, Accounting 

Adams, Casey Michael 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Adams, Christopher Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemical 

Engineering 



Adams, Cory Ian 

(Oceanside, CA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Adams, Dylan Ell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Adams, Emily Renee 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Adams, Evan B 

(Danville, CA) 

Senior, Communication, 

Business Administration 

U Of A Basketball Rules!!, Go 

A's, Football 

Adams, George Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Adams, Gregory Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Adams, Hassan O 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Adams, Jenifer Day 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Adams, Jeremy F 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Adams, John Marshall 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Adams, John 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Adams, Joshua Michael 

(Chicago, IL) 

Senior, General Biology, 

Chemistry 

Adams, Kacee L 

(Aloha, OR) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

UA Horseman's Association, 

UA Intercollegiate Equestrian 

Team 

Adams, Katherine N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Adams, Kayin Brice 

(Carisbad, CA) 

Senior, Finance, 

Entrepreneurship 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Adams, Kelsey Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Adams, Laura Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Adams, Laura Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Adams, Leah Alexandra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Adams, Lloyd Russell 

(Dragoon, AZ) 

Senior, Education 

Adams, Matthew Hal 

(Idaho Falls, ID) 

Sophomore, Physics 

Adams, Ryan Christian 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Adams, Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Adams, Sara L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Adams, Scott M 

(Camarillo, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Pi Kappa Phi, Ice Hockey Dirt 

Biking 



Directory • 321 



Adams, Thomas B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Adams, Travis K 

(Saint Johns, AZ) 

Freslnman, Environ Hydrology 

& Water 

Adamson, Cole C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Addante, Nicholas D, Jr. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Addington, Jason J 

(Bettendorf, lA) 

Senior, Communication 

Addis, Sarah IVIarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Addison, Clayton Karr 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Ecology 

Addison, David P. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Addison, Kristen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Adefeso, Danielle C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Adeli, Roya 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electhcal Engineering 

Adelson, Brian J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Adelson, Michael Stephen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Adelstein, Garrett A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Adelstone, Rebekah Esther 

(Albuqueruqe, NM) 

Sophomore, SLHS 

Adema, Christlanna Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Aderholt, Jeffery J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Adib, Samin 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Adishian, Kristen Lee 

(Pasadena, CA) 

Sophomore, Art History 

Adlcins, Erin M. 

(La Crescenta, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Adiand, Josh Kirk 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineehng 

Adier, Daniel C 

(Pleasanton, CA) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Delta Tau Delta 

Adier, Jonathan Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Adier, Traci S. 

(Encino, CA) 

Junior, Theatre Arts 

Adiington, Caria A 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Adorno-Weatherford, Kiyoko 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communicatlon 

Adovelande, Carlos Ange 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Adyanthaya, Moksha 

(Bombay MA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 



Afek, Isaac M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Materials Science 

& Engineering 

Afkary, Pegah Azadeh 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology, Women's 

Studies 

Intramurals, Research Labs, 

Africa, Kevin Philip 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineehng 

Afshar, Rami Alicia 

(Cartersville, GA) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Afsharimehr, Afshin 

(Sound Beach, NY) 

Sophomore, Near Eastern 

Studies 

Agellon, Angela L. 

(Colorado Springs, CO) 

Junior, Education 

Aggarwal, Gautam 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Aghataher, Kamron Kavoos 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chminal Justice 

Aglubat, Paul Franklin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Nursing 

Agnew, Dustin V 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Agnew, Michael David 

(Littleton, CO) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Agnew, Paul Alexander 

(Centralia, WA) 

Junior, Business Management 

Basketball, Football, Fishing, 

Golf 

Agnew, Travis Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Agory, David Gurak 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Agudo, Kristere Anne 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Intramural Soccer, 

Cheerleading 

Aguero, Kamille C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Aguila, Sonia A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Health 

Education 

Aguilar, Aaron M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Aguilar, Andrea A 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Aguilar, Jessica Marie 

(St. Johns, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Health 

Education, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Medicine-Research-Surgery 

Aguilar, Kathryn E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Aguilar, Marlene 

(El Paso, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Aguilar, Michelle L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Aguilar, Renee Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Aguilar, Sarah C 

(St. Johns, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art, Art Therapy 

Aguilar, Saul Adams 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 



Aguilar-nolan, Dionne 


Ahn, Hyounjung 


Akins, Andrea B. 


Albert, Andrea M 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Scottsdale, AZ) 






Freshman, Anthropology 


Senior, Architecture 


Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 


Freshman, SLHS 






Aguilera, Adrian C 


Ahn, Ikbum 


Akiyama, Nami 


Albert, Heather Erin 






(Morenci, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Rancho Mirage, CA) 






Freshman, Mechanical 


Sophomore, No Major 


Junior, Vetennary Science 


Junior, Family Studies & 


■ im<l** 


^ 


Engineering 


Selected 


Akolly, Kokou Sitsope 


Human Devel 


s»» 


Aguirre, Alexandrine 


Ahn, Jamie 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Albert, Sean M. 


."".fl&WW' 


m 


Romelia 


(Scottsdale, AZ) 


Sophomore, Pre-Business 


(Tucson, AZ) 


W0 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Pre-Business, 


Akolly, Sefako Afi 


Junior, Aerospace Engineering ; 


%■ 


Freshman, Undecided, 


Spanish 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Albertolle, Mark Thomas 


»» 


Spanish 


UAB Concert Committee, 


Freshman, Pre-Business 


(Tucson, AZ) 


■M 


Aguirre, Andrea Graciela 


Arizona Blue Chip 


Akselrad, Cj M 


Sophomore, Pre-Business 


\:.-:3r«iiiii* 


'10 


(Nogales, AZ) 


Ahn, Jinsun 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Alberts, Allison M. 


m 


Junior, General Biology 


(Pusan, KS) 


Freshman, Psychology 


(Tucson, AZ) 


1*1 WWT*" 


MB 


Aguirre, Daniel M 


Senior, Accounting, Japanese 


Al, Qubaisi Khalifa 


Sophomore, Psychology 


TflS 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Golden Key Society NSCS 


(Toucson, AZ) 


Alberts, Jennifer J. ! 


S#B 


Senior, Marketing 


Ahn, Sang-Jun 


Junior, No Major Selected 


(Tucson, AZ) 1 


UttSti*"** 

(ftiAffi 




Aguirre, Erick G 


(Seoul) 


Al Jalahema, Rashid 


Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 


u* 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Civil Engineering 


Shaheen 


Biophysics 


w« 


Junior, Media Arts 


Ahnlund, Cory Jerome 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Albillar, Jeanette Cynthia 


8ai> 


Aguirre, Ian 0. 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Industiral Engineering 


(Tucson, AZ) 


DttTylet* 


IC* 


(Spokane, WA) 


Freshman, Physics 


Al Shemali, Kareem Ali 


Senior, Communication, 


3w 


Sophomore, Chemical 


Ahrens, Stephanie M 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Marketing 


pl.Hl 


MUM 


Engineering, Psychology 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Junior, Accounting 


Albom, Joshua Brian 






Kappa Alpha 


Sophomore, Pre-Business 


Alaestante, Cesar B 


(Fort Lee, NJ) 


(%■ 


Aguirre, Jessica C. 


Ahuero.Tawni Lyne 


(Phoenix, AZ) 


Junior, Sociology, Psychology 


pt« 


'Id 
MM 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Glendale, AZ) 


Senior, Computer Science 


Alpha Kappa Delta Sociology 


^OjWlSoew 


Sophomore, Retailing & 


Freshman, Pre-Nursing 


Alaestante, Greg B. 


Society Sigma Alpha Lambda, 


Mm , 


Consumer Science 


Ahumada, Jessica Marie 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Phi Eta Sigma 


jH^IUIMl!. 


Gamma Alpha Omega, 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Pre-Physical Science 


Josh you are so focused and 


.(ta« 


Hispanic Business Student 


Sophomore, Music 


Al-Alawi, Ahmed Rashed 


know what you want that good 


iB.WiA'S 


Association, Enjoying 


Ahumada, Vanessa Monique 


(Tucson, AZ) 


luck will always find you. We 


UiiiiSflraw 


Watching Sports-Volleyball, 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Mechanical 


Love You. 


JwK 


Basketball, Baseball, Softball 


Senior, Sociology Math 


Engineehng 


Albrecht, Brianna Marie 


|(l«RlWl|» 


Aguirre, Karrie Ann 


Aichinger, Lauren M 


Alam, Keana Debra 


(Tucson, AZ) 


te 


JW 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Sociology 


ItaCKtm** 


M 


Freshman, Veterinary Science 


Senior, Pre-Communication 


Freshman, Journalism 


Albrecht, Colleen Meagan 


m 


M)! 


Aguirre, Marissa L. 


Aiello, Andrew P. 


Alamat, Paris Samir 


(Cave Creek, AZ) i 


ta«*3 


hm 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Marketing 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Psychology Family 


m-Mbrm 


MM 


Senior, Nursing 


Aiello, Rosario Peter 


Sophomore, Pre-Business 


Studies/human Development 


ttSMiMli) 


\m* 


Aguirre, Rene J. 


(Tucson, AZ) 


All Sports 


Albrecht, Gunnhild Anna 


imlt, 


MM 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Animal Sciences 


Al-Amawi, Rukhiya Meshal 


Aursland 


ffmiMima 


,1a* 


Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 


Airey,Tatum Courtney 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


M 


sw 


Aguirre, Sara Victoria 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Psychology 


Freshman, Near Eastern 


tjitCMtaE 


6|" 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, No Major Selected 


Alani, Besma Mahdi 


Studies 


tanlAS 


Mt 


Freshman, Pre- 


Airo, Renee Jong-soon 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Albrecht, Isaac E 


kMiicomn 


.\ai 


Communication 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Sophomore, Pre-Physical 


(Tucson, AZ) 


W 


<mm 


Ahboah, Jennifer Leann 


Sophomore, Pre-Physical 


Science 


Sophomore, Accounting 


lirimEii 


9m. 


(Tuba City AZ) 


Science 


Alaniz, Diana 


Albrecht, Kevin Robert 


NU 


(la 


Senior, Chminal Justice, 


Altken, Donielle E 


(Sierra Vista, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


idmiNDtlapStcM tm 


American Indian Studies 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Elementary Education 


Junior, Electrical Engineering 


«llMnT. 


mg 


Ahearn, Katherine A 


Junior, Nutritional Sciences 


Alaniz, Rosalinda 


Albregts, Krista Noelle 


feaCl 


sm 


(Mesa, AZ) 


Aizenstadt, Dina Rachel 


(Sierra Vista, AZ) 


(Las Vegas) 


iKr.GE«ata;i 


^m 


Senior, Elementary Education, 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Junior, Marketing 


Freshman, Undecided 


MG* 


Wi 


English Lit (double ) 


Freshman, Pre- 


Al-arbash, Bashar 


Skiing, Mountain Biking, 


jNotBaHOd 


9« 


Gamma Phi Beta, Future 


Communication, Spanish 


Abdulkarim 


Traveling, Shopping 


ktWrniRaDi' 




Teachers Club 


Aja, Basilio II 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Albritton, Stephen Richard, 


lis 


9« 


Ahearn, Nadeije Rita 


(Buckeye, AZ) 


Senior, Civil Engineering 


II 


ttini.T(rrE,SBHi 


JM 


(Stonington, CT) 


Sophomore, Argi Economics & 


Alarcon, Gabriel Roberto 


(Bakersfield, CA) 


toCMi 


W 


Sophomore, Psychology 


Management 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Computer 


Mi^MUma 


Soccer, Softball, 


Aja,JillianF 


Senior, Accounting 


Engineehng 


kmi 


^^ 


Snowboarding, Going To The 


(Litchfield Park, AZ) 


Alarcon, Javier Miguel 


Alburtus, Maria M. 


^.limMc 


Urn 


Beach 


Senior, Family Studies & 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


itIMnHi 


Ahern, Benjamin L 


Human Devel 


Senior, Political Science 


Junior, Theatre Arts, Business 


W«! 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Ajanovic, Hamdija 


Alatorre, Gytzel C. 


Theta Alpha Phi (theatre 


^httnaajt 


**> 


Senior, Computer Science 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Honorary Club) 


^U>M 


Ahlschlager, Matthew 


Junior, Media Arts 


Senior, Elementary Education 


Alcala, Serrano Bruno 


HH] 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Ajello, Kristen L 


Alavez, Crystle N. 


(El Masnou (Barcelona)) 




Senior, Accounting 


(Houston, TX) 


(Nogales, AZ) 


Freshman, No Selected 


Ahmad, Arwah 


Freshman, Pre-Business 


Sophomore, Pre-Physical 


Alcaraz, Bianca Guadalupe 


fcmj 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Kappa Kappa Gamma 


Science 


(Tucson, AZ) 


^Is 


««• 


Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 


Ajzen, Alan 


Resident Assistant - Villa Del 


Sophomore, No Major 


£"*-** 


*•* 


Ahmad, Rabia 


(San Diego, CA) 


Puente Hall, Alpha Epsilon 


Selected 


*a> 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Pre-Business, 


Delta 


Alcaraz, Charlie 1. 


fc^ 


li« 


Junior, Molecular & Cellular 


Spanish 


Alba, Brittany Mae 


(Rio Rico, AZ) 


6pi 


Biology, Political Science 


Sigma Pi 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Psychology Pre-Law 




•«■ 


Ahmad, Siti-azfanizam 


Aker, Christopher Kell 


Freshman, Psychology 


Alcaraz, Marisa Figueroa 




'W 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Prescott, AZ) 


Al-baker, Ahmad Khalid 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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Junior, Systems Engineering 


Sophomore, Pre-Business, 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Nursing 




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Ahmed-Hassan, Hodan 


Criminal Justice 


Junior, Mining Engineehng 


Alcorn, Ana Dolores 


'Vm 


(Tolleson, AZ) 


Akhil, Amine Ali 


Albee, William Gallagher 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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Junior, Pre-Nursing 


(Albuquerque, NM) 


(Galena, IL) 


Senior, Media Arts 




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Ahmed-Hassan, Suad 


Freshman, Entrepreneurship 


Freshman, Pre-Business 


Alcorn, Marcos Levant 


KiW 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Akinniyi, Akin Neman 


Guitar, Baseball, Football, 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Jm 


Junior, Finance 


(Carrollton, TX) 


Golf, 


Senior, Pre-Health Education 


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Ahmed-hassan, Zahra 


Junior, Pre-Communication, 


Albelais, Ana Cecilia 


Alden, Brian J 


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(Tolleson, AZ) 


Thematic (African American 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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Junior, Finance 


Studies And Athletic 


Junior, Pre-Physical Science 


Senior, Aerospace 


Mbi 


Ahmedi, Zeenat 


Coaching) 


Alber, Kevin William 


Engineering 




(Yorba Linda, CA) 


U Of A Football Player #38 


(Chandler, AZ) 


Alden, Michael R 


Junior, Pre-Business 


Linebacker, 2 Year Letterman 


Sophomore, Mechanical 


(Tucson, AZ) 








Engineering 


Senior, Optical Sciences 
Engineering 



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Alderete, Daniel Joseph 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Alderink, Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Alderman, Anna Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Al-Dossarl, Hamad Abdulla 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Aldrich, Daniel Wade 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Aldrich, l\1allory Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Aldrich, Stephen Patricl< 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Aldrich, Tyler Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

junior. Political Science 

Aldridge, Joseph C 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Aldridge, Matthew D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Aldulaimi, Sommer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Aleccia, Christopher 

Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Alecl(, Steven Anthony 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Performance 

Clahnet 

Alegria, Christian E 

(Cottonwood, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish, Economics) 

Chi Phi 

Alejandrino, Erin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Aleksa, KatrinaT. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Alemi, Golie 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, - 

Business 

Alpha Phi, Tennis, Swimming, 

Persian Club 

Aleshire, Noah Lawrence 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Alev, Kristina Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Alex, Amber Jewel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Alexander, Adrienne Lea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Alexander, Ashley Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism, 

Photography 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Alexander, Audrey N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Alexander, Brian Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Alexander, Jonathan Kirk 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Sophomore, Matehals Science 

& Engineering 

Alexander, Joseph Emanuel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Alexander, Kathryn E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 



Alexander, Megan J 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Engineering 
Alexander, Robert Daniel 
(Ranco Santa Bay, CA) 
Senior, Political Science, Pre- 
law 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi 
Alpha Delta 

Alexander, Samuel Allen 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Mathematics 
Alexander, Staci Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 
Alexander, Valerie Gay 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Nursing 
Alexandersson, Anna J. 
(Los Altos, CA) 
Sophomore, Communication, 
Business/German 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Soccer, 
Cheer, Hanging Out, Watching 
Movies, Shopping 
Alfareed, Ammar M. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Management Info 
Systems 

Alfatesh, Ishraq I 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology, 
Chemistry 
Alford, Deborah L. 
(Bisbee, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Health Education 
Alford, James Lee 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Journalism 
University Of Arizona Football 
Team #41 
Alfred, Daniel M. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Alfred, Jennifer Leigh 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 
Alfred, Kristen Elaine 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Alfred, Lindsay Brooke 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology Spanish 
Wakeboarding, Hiking, 
Shopping, Reading, Eating, 
Alfulaij, Haamed 
(Shamiya, Kuwait) 
Junior, Management Info 
Systems 

Soccer And Tennis 
Alhadeff, Joshua J. 
(Seattle, WA) 
Freshman, Regional 
Development 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Al-hajri, Khalid Bakhit 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Public Management & 
Policy 

Al-hammadi, Othman 
Darweesh 
(tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Al-hashimi, Miriam 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Chemistry 
Al-houssni, Sheza Nicole 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Al-Huwail, Dari 
(Kuwait City, Kuwait) 
Junior, Management Info 
Systems, Operation's 
Management 

Delta Sigma Pi, Blue Chip, 
MISA, KSA, IBSO 
All, Amjad M. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Junior, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 



All, Levi David 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Chemistry 
All, Mir M. 
(Minneapolis, MN) 
Junior, Psychology 
Computers, Music, Air Force, 
Military Religion 
All, Nadia Carmen 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Dance 
Aliment, Kendall Elizabeth 
(Ronton, WA) 
Sophomore, Journalism 
Pi Beta Phi 

Al-jaabari, Abdulrahman 
Nasser 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 
Aljabiri, Sara 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Al-Jabiri, Suzan Aladin 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Microbiology 
Al-Jelwah, Rima Amir 
(Fresno, CA) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 
Alkais, Crystal E. 
(Giendale, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science 

Alkais, Diane Rose 
(Giendale, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, Pre- 
law 

Alkais, Priscilla M. 
(Giendale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Al-Khashti, Sarah Bader 
(Kuwait) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 
Alkhazaela, Ibraheim M. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 
Al-kuwaiti, Khalifa Saeed 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Public Management & 
Policy 

Al-kuwaiti, Yousef Saeed 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Management Info 
Systems 

Al-Kuwari, Ghanim Jassim 
(Doha, Qatar) 
Senior, Operations 
Management 
Soccer, Cars, Kendo 
Al-kuwari, Khalid Jaham 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Systems Engineering 
Allan, Kristi A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 
Allanson, Joy M. 
(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science, General Business 
Administration 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Dance 
Allbritton, Laura R. 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Allee-Jumbo, Emelia 
Delmarta 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Chemistry 
Allegri, Natasha Grace 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Studio Art 
Allen, Alisa M 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 
Allen, Amanda K 
(San Diego, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Allen, Andrew Paul 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Ecology 



Allen, Br?nne Elisabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology, - 

French 

Music, Rockin' UAB Concerts, 

UA Organ Donors 

Allen, Charles Robert 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Rugby, Flag Football, Campus 

Politics. 

Allen, Clinton Taylor 

(Grapevine, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Hockey Snowboarding. Camp 

Wildcat, Intramurals 

Allen, Douglas Steven 

(Giendale, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Beta Theta Pi 

Allen, Elizabeth Christine 

(Prescott Valley AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences, Early Childhood 

Development 

Soccer, Music 

Allen, James Richard 

(Okoboji, lA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Allen, Jennifer Claire 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Allen, Jeremy Robert 

(Mountain View, CA) 

Junior, English 

Allen, Jesse Carl 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineehng 

Allen, Joshua Andrew 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Movies, Music, Wrestling 

Team, 

Allen, Luther James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Allen, Meagan E 

(Fresno. CA) 

Senior, Journalism, English 

Allen, Michael George 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab, Psychology 

Various Volunteer Projects, 

Family Advocacy Golf, Weight 

Training, Racquetball, Walking, 

Music, Art, Sporting Events, 

Church 

Allen, Michael J 

(Surprise, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Music 

Allen, Mikeal Ivan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Allen, Owen B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Allen, Robin J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Allen, Russell D. 

(Brawley CA) 

Sophomore, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Allen, Ryan D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Allen, Sarah R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Allen, Seth William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Allen, Tiffany Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 



Allen, Timothy S 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Allen, Vanessa Clarice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Allen, Wendy Jo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Allen, Yvonne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Alley, Denise Elaine 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Alley, Joel Patrick 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Arts 

Allison, Bonnie Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Allison, Christopher 

Stephen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Allocco, Rachel L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Allred, Jennie Marie 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Allum, Amber L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Medical 

Technology 

Allum, Heather M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Allweiss, Hallie R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Allweiss, Marissa Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Allyn, Lee Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Aim, Jeremy Reinholdt 

(Litchfield Park, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physiology 

Almada, Jesus A. 

(Mexico) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Reading, , Tennis, Soccer, 

Guitar 

Almaleh, Ryan P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Almanza, Joseph D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Almaraz, Monica T 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Freshman, Astronomy 

Almaria, Keith Steven 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior. Spanish 

Almassaiha, Luay Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Almazan, Santino Raoul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Almblade, Stella C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Dance 

Almeleh, Justin David 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Almerico, Nicholas Wilson 

(Sammamish, WA) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Almond, Jennifer N 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior. Latin American 

Studies, General Business 



Al-naseri, All Obaid 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior, Public Management & 

Policy 

Al-obeidi, Ahmed Fahad 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Materials Science 

& Engineering 

Aionzo, Alfonso Moreno 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Alper, Becka Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Alper, Michelle Alissa 

(Tenafly, NJ) 

Sophomore. No Major 

Selected 

Alport, Cory Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Alruwaie, Mubarak O 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Al-Saedi, Khaled Abdulla 

(Al-Ain, AD) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Al-saleh, All Mohamad 

(Giendale, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Alsarraj, Faisal Ghazi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Al-sayarl, Saleh Salem 

Mohamad 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Al-sayegh, Khadeejah Ala 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior. Nutritional Sciences 

Al-Shehhi, Ahmed Rashed 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Al-Shirrawi, Nasser 

Mohammed 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Systems Engineering, 

Business 

Alsuwaidi, Sulaiman 

Mohamed 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Health & Human 

Services 

Altamirano, Dario Nicolas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Altamirano, David Michael 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Altamirano, Jose Higinio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Altendorf, Caitlin A. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore. Journalism 

Alter, Katharine Ruth 

(Dayton. OH) 

Junior, Creative Writing 

Alter, Micha 

(Berkeley, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Altfillisch, Holly Roxanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Altherr, Alan Hoyt 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Performance 

Altherr, David Robert 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Healthcare. Cosmetic Surgery, 

Poetry And Satire, Sprite, 

Merits, MDG, Wingspan AVR 

Pulse 

Althoff, Andrew P. 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 



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Altman, Lee Kenneth 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Mining Engineering 

Altman-Hadley, Gabriel 

Steward 

(Moraga, CA) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Pride Of Arizona, Hillei, Film 

Altschuler, Megan L 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected, 

Spanish 

Altuna, Aileen Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Aiva, Tanya 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Aivarado, Alicia N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Aivarado, Cristian 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Aivarado, Danielle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Aivarado, Laura F. 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Aivarado, Natalia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Alvarez, Adrienne Marie 

(Antioch, CA) 

Sophomore, Journalism, 

Spanish) 

UA TV 3-Student Run 

Television Station 

Alvarez, Alana L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Alvarez, Alexis A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Alvarez, Alexis Andres 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering 

Management 

Alvarez, Alexis Christopher 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Alvarez, Alicia Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Alvarez, Angelica Martha 

(Southlai<e, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Alvarez, Esenya Ruth 

(Avondale, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Alvarez, Fernando 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Alvarez, Jaquelinne 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Alvarez, Jessica Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Alvarez, John Paul 

(Palm Beach, FL) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Alvarez, Luis Ernesto 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Golf, Baseball, Hunting, 

Traveling 

Alvarez, Mariel J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Alvarez, Marisol 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Sophomore, Business 

Management 

Dance And Mari<eting 

Alvarez, Melissa Luz 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 



Alvarez, Ruben 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. Computer 

Engineering 

Aivin, Jessica 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Alvino, Michael Vincent 

(Huntington Beach, CA) 

Junior, Communication 

Alvis, Michelle Dawn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Alwazir, Aowab Tarek 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Alwazir, ShihabT. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Amado, Ricardo Antonio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Aman, Kathryn B 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore. Elementary 

Education 

Amano, Kosuke 

(Camarillo, CA) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Amar, Joseph R. 

(Pasadena, CA) 

Junior, Geosciences 

Amareiio, Melissa A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Amarillas, Carlos 

Christopher 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Sophomore, History, Political 

Science 

Amato, Reggie G. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Amato, Tyler Benson 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Amavizca, Zotero 

(Phoenix. AZ) 

Senior, Psychology Family 

Studies Human Development 

MECHA, Honors Student 

Amaya, Alvaro 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Sophomore, Systems 

Engineering 

Underground Racing, 

Amaya, Ernesto Andres 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Amaya, George Junior 

(San Luis, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Health 

Education 

Amaya, Luis C 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cars, Billiards, RC Cars, 

Paintball, Piano, Racquetball 

Amber, Debora Denise 

(Vail, AZ) 

Senior, Agh Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

Amble, Luke David 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Amborn, Mark David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Ameche, Dominic Felix, iV 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman. University College 

Kappa Alpha, Lacrosse, 

Music, UA Lax Cats #23, 

Come Out And Support The 

Laxcats, Rincon 

Amegan, Paul Ayawo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 



Amene, Ikenna 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore. Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Amene, Nkiru Jennifer 
(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior. Electrical Engineering, 
General Business 
Administration 
Ames, Brian J 
(Jaci<son Hole. WY) 
Freshman. Pre-Business 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Ames, Ella Heather 
(Oro Valley AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Amezquita, Gilbert Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Systems Engineering 
Amick, Beau Garret 
(Redmond, WA) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Amidan, Kevin Dale 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior. Pre-Education 
Amin, Dimple A 
(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman. Pre-Pharmacy 
Amin, Haroon 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Junior. Management Info 
Systems 
Amin, Heeten A 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Physical 
Science 

Amin, Priti Vijay 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 
Amin, Punai N. 
(Edison, NJ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science, 
Chemistry 

Alpha EpsJIon Delta, Faces, 
And Phi Eta Sigma. 
Amini, Mia iman 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Communication 
Amma,Yukika 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 
Ammann, Cara M. 
(Glendaie. AZ) 
Senior, Classics 
Ammons, Ryan Joseph 
(Rancho Palos Verdes, CA) 
Freshman, Pre- 
Communication 
Pi Kappa Phi, Baseball, Water 
Polo. Scuba Diving. Anything 
To Do with the Ocean 
Amrany, Shirley 
(Agoura Hills. CA) 
Junior, Finance, Marketing 
Amrhein, Keri K. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Sociology 
Amsler, Jennifer L. 
(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology, Journalism 
Arizona Daily Wildcat 
Amster, Melissa Elyse 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mari<eting 
An, Dong-young 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
An,Yan 
(China) 

Junior, Management Info 
Systems 
Basketball 

Anako, Chinenye Chioma 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Anako, Nnaemeka 
Elochukwu 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 



Anand, Rajesh Kumar 

(Scottsdale. AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Physical 

Science 

Anaya, Aaron A. 

(Casa Grande. AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Business 

Anaya, Anthony G. 

(Vail. AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Computer 

Science 

Anaya, Christian 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Anaya, Jose P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Anaya, Luz Virginia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Anaya, Maria Carmen 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology Spanish 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Anaya, Meghan Ruth 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Spanish 

Shadowcats, Sigma Alpha 

Lambda Member 

Anaya-Gorman, Christopher 

Kee 

(Gallup, NM) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Ancheta, Mark Laurence 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Andaloro, Charlotte Rose 

(Grass Lake, Ml) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Andaya,Tera Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Art History, 

Business/Italian 

President Of The Italian Club 

Andazola, Matthew S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Andersen, Benjamin Carl 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior. Pre-Physical Education 

Andersen, Kiel V 

(Vancouver. WA) 

Junior. Political Science, 

Public Management 

Basketball, Football, Hockey, 

Snowboarding, Prior Member 

In Pi Kappa Alpha 

Andersen, Monica Dawn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Health Education 

Anderson, Aaron H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore. Studio Art 

Anderson, Amanda L. 

(Buriington. lA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Anderson, Amy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Anderson, Andrea E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Anderson, Anna Marie 

(Dayton. OH) 

Senior. Regional Development 

Anderson, Ashley Brooke 

(Valencia. CA) 

Junior. Pre-Communication 

Anderson, Austin Alan 

(Bullhead City AZ) 

Junior, Physics 

Anderson, Brian George 

(Phoenix. AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Computer 

Science 

Anderson, Brian N 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior. Pre-Communication 

Anderson, Carl Eric 

(Lk Havasu Cty AZ) 

Senior, Geosciences 



Anderson, Cassi Marie 

(Phoenix. AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Education 

Anderson, Chase Warren 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman. Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cars, Motorcycles, Extreme 

Sports 

Anderson, Christine Gwen 

(Bullhead City AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemistry, 

Microbiology 

Theta Tau 

Anderson, Christopher 

Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Philosophy 

Anderson, Christopher 

(Twain Harte, CA) 

Senior, Philosophy 

Anderson, Dallas Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Anderson, Dean C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Anderson, Dionna R 

(Santa Monica, CA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Spanish 

Anderson, Elizabeth Rose 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

English 

Anderson, Elizabeth 

(Marana, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Anderson, Eric Lerennie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Anderson, Eric N. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Anderson, Genevieve Rose 

(Old Bethpage, NY) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Anderson, Gina Marie 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Elementary Education 

Anderson, Grant W. 

(Danville. CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Anderson, Holly K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Anderson, Jaimie Brie 

(Bellevue, WA) 

Sophomore. Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Anderson, Jane Quinn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Speech & 

Hearing Sciences 

Anderson, Jared Nelson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Anderson, Jason Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Agriculture 

Anderson, Jessica C. 

(San Francisco. CA) 

Junior. Sociology 

Anderson, Karen Lynn 

(Battle Creek. Ml) 

Junior. History. English 

Anderson, Katherine Nicole 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Anderson, Katie J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. Pre-Education 

Anderson, Kelly Ann 

(Irvine. CA) 

Senior. Pre-Education 

Anderson, Kevin John 

(Seattle, WA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Scuba Diving The Desert 

Floor. 



Anderson, Kira V 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Anderson, Kristen Janine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Anderson, Kristin Erika 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Anderson, Kristine E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Italian 

Anderson, Kyle Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Anderson, Lanie Dee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Anderson, Lauren M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Anderson, Layla R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Classics 

Anderson, Maddy 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Anderson, Maren D. 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Anderson, Margaret R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Anderson, Marie Michelle 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior. Pre-Nursing 

Anderson, Matthew Donald 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Studio Art 

Anderson, Matthew Lynch 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

Psychology 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Anderson, Melissa L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Anderson, Misty Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Anderson, Moriah Rae 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Anderson, Natalen B. 

(Paradise Valley. AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Pi Beta Phi 

Anderson, Nicholas Howard 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore. General Biology 

Anderson, Noeile Mary 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Anderson, Paul Jacob 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Anderson, Peter A. 

(Santa Rosa, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Anderson, Peter Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Anderson, Phoebe Clemens 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Classics 

Anderson, Robyn Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Anderson, Ryan Ford 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Anderson, Ryan M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Microbiology 

Anderson, Ryan William 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Business 

Anderson, Samuel D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 



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Anderson, Scott Roger 

(Riverside, CT) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Anderson, Sean A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

junior. Political Science 

Anderson, Shawna R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Anderson, Sheri N 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Anderson, Silke F 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

Journalism 

Merits Program, Young 

Democrats, Blue Chip 

Anderson, Stacey L. 

(Ridgefield, WA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Anderson, Stephanie 

Carolyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Anderson, Torsten David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Anderson, Travis D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Anderson, Wessley W. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Anderson, William Arthur 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Anderson, William J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Anderson, William Lee 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 

Anderson, Zachary M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Anderson, Zane Taylor 

(Oal<hurst, CA) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Anderson-Berens, Dylan 

(Boston, MA) 

Sophomore, International 

Studies 

Model Un, Travel, Basketball, 

Peoples, Party, Sports, 

Outdoors, Social Sciences, 

Culture 

Anderson-Smits, Colin 

Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Spanish 

SHAG, Medcats 

Andersson, Lars Johan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Management 

Anders-stout, Paul Wesley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Andrade, Alma Lucia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Andrade, Alma Luisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Andrade, Jacqueline 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Andrade, Norberto 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Andre, Daniel Mark 

(Long Grove, IL) 

Sophomore, Economics, 

General Business 

Hockey Baseball, 

Snowboarding, And 

Wakeboarding 



Andre, Leigh-Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology, Family 

Studies And Human 

Development 

Andre, Lindsay Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Anthropology 

Classics 

Andrea, Tim William 

(New Canaan, CT) 

Senior, Communication 

Andrejack, Amy Nicole 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Andreou, Stylianos 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Andres, Amanda Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Andress, Amanda F. 

(Lk Havasu Cit, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Andress, Nathan Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Andreu, Jennifer Elaine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English, Sociology 

Reading, Writing, Music, 

Movies, Snowboarding 

Andrews, Christina Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Andrews, Damon Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Andrews, Jennifer Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Andrews, Jennifer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Andrews, Jess Michael 

(Lake Oswego, OR) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Andros, Christopher John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Physics 

Andrus, Daniel William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Andrzejczak, Dok Jeffrey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Aneloski, Ashlyn R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Health Education 

Ange, Alison Leann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Angel, Rebecca 

(Tustin, CA) 

Freshman, Muscial Theatre 

Angeley, Scott A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Angelini, Joe 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Angelle, Joy Lynne 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Angelov, Irene Suzanne 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Angelov, Karol Kristine 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Angelova, Angelina G 

(Russe, Bulgaria) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Anger, Carolyn Vottero 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Project Volunteer Exec Board 



Angle, Alex S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Public 

Management & Policy 

Anglemyer, Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Anglin, Daniel Joel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Anglin, Michael P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Angrest, Lauren Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Anguiz, Brian J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Angus, Christopher Robert 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology Pre- 

Medicine 

Anhouse, Jamie Nicole 

(Highlands Ranch, CO) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Delta Gamma 

Aniba, Justin Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Annen, Richard R. 

(San Diego CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Annes, Evan Socrates 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Annibal, Lynnette Kay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Ansley, Benjamin Charles 

(Oakland, CA) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Anspach, Michael Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Anthony, Claire Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Anthony, Courtney M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Anthony, Dana Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Anthony, Heather Jane 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Dancer And Cheerleader 

Anthony, James F. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Antoine, Jademoon 

Junior, No Selected 

Antoine, Raja 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Antokal, Karis Rebecca 

(Sharon, MA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, In Chemistry 

Anton, Allison Christina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Antonio, Elena 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Antonio, Jess Jordan 

(Spokane, WA) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Basketball, Football, Working 

Out, Beautiful People Of U Of 

A Club, 

Antrim, Dane Timothy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Antunez, Raymond 

Maldonado 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Architecture 



Anway, Megan D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 
Anzalone, David Michael 
(Raymond, NH) 
Junior, Marketing, Business 
Management 
Apat, Jocelyn A 
(Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Alpha Phi Gamma 
Apfel, Jason Scott 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 
Apodaca, Antonio Ramon 
(Casa Grande, AZ) 
Junior, Religious Studies 
Apodaca, April A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Sociology 

Apodaca, George Louis 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Latin American 
Studies, /Spanish 
International Volunteer Work 
Apolinario,Tina Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 
Aponte, Adam Mario 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Aponte, Mario Alberto 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Engineering 
Management 
Appel, Dana M 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 
Appell, Matthew Ryan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Applegate, Michael 
Theodore 
(Santa Cruz, CA) 
Freshman, No Selected 
Wheelchair Basketball 
Aquino, Melissa P 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Journalism 
Arab, Anastasia Marie 
(Rockville, MD) 
Senior, Physiological 
Sciences, Chemistry 
President Of Babycats 
Arabi, Samira Mohamad 
JJucson, AZ) 
Senior, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 

Arabian, Ashley Nicole 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Retailing & 
Consumer Science 
Aragon, Augustine Antonio 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Aragon, Brian Matthew 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Aragon, Diana 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Aragon, Jonathan Raymond 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Arah, Ofunneka Uzoamaka 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Physiological 
Sciences, Business 
Dancing, Gym, Music, Movies, 
Merits Program 
Arai.Toshiyuki 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Philosophy 
Araiza, Ana Elena 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 
Araiza, Zelika R 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Pre-Pharmacy, 
Spanish Education 



Aramburo, Gilbert Luis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Arana, Daniel Gil 
(Nogales, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Aranda, Paola Lizeth 
(Nogales, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Arandia, Andre Degala 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Aerospace 
Engineering 

Pi Alpha Phi, Basketball, Cars, 
AAFASA 

Arandia, Jose Benjie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Computer 
Engineering 
Basketball 

Arauz, Virginia Cecibel 
(Los Angeles, CA) 
Senior, Women's Studies, 
Sociology 

Helping Battered And Abused 
Women, Read, Go Hiking , 
Cook, Dance, Go To The 
Movies 

Araza, Michael A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Argi Economics & 
Management 
Arbab, Sandra Monavar 
Alice 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, French 
Arbas, Alia Jura 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Arbuthnot, Mary K 
(St. Augustine, FL) 
Senior, Psychology 
Arce, Rebecca Ruth 
(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology, Pre- 
law Thematic 
Pre-Law Fraternity 
Archambault, Michael D 
(Albuquerque, NM) 
Senior, Computer 
Engineering, Electrical 
Engineering, Mathematics, 
Computer Science 
Triathlon, Swimming, 
Backpacking, Basketball 
Archer, Cadie Margaurite 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Communication 
Archer, Corey 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Archer, Jordan Steven 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Studio Art 
Archuleta, Tara Lakshimi 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 
Arciga, Raul 
(San Luis, AZ) 
Sophomore, Studio Art 
Arcuri, Amy A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 
Arcus, Sara 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Ardebili, Nazli 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 
Arellano, Daniel V. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Agriculture 
Arellano, Michael 
(Aloha, OR) 

Sophomore, Political Science 
Arellano, Yadira 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, English 



Arena, Todd Carl 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Philosophy, Economics 

Beta Theta Pi, Dean's List 

Arenas, Juan M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Argenbright, Dawna Charity 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Argos, Jason N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Argraves, Justin Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Physical Education 

Arguello, D.J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems 

Argueta, Miguel Isai 

(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Delta Tau Delta 

Arias, Anais L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Arias, Angelina P. 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Arias, Jose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Ariff, Benjamin Louis 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture, 

Business 

Photography, Golf, Cars, 

Arigapudi, Siddharth 

(Santa Clara, CA) 

Senior, Business Management 

Arik, Aida Demet 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Mathematics 

Arik, Glenda H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Arik, Kenan H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Motor Sports, SAE, Formula 

SAE 

Arino, Michelle E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Aripez, Ruth Raquel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Ariyasu, Emiko 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Arizpe, Alexis Henry 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Geography 

Arizpe, Jose Heraclio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Arko, Brian Joseph 

(Hanover Park, IL) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Armand, Sarah S. 

(Southlake, TX) 

Junior, Marketing 

Chain Gang Junior Honorary , 

Eller Career Center, UA 

Women's Club Soccer, 

Student Alumni Assoc, 

Financial Management Assoc 

Arme, Jason M 

(Carlsbad, CA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Armendariz, Timothy Daniel 

(Kearny AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Armenta, Claudia 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Armenta, Ramon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 



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Armenta, Susan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Elementary Education 

Armenta-tipton, Edilia Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Armet, Katie J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Armijo, Anamarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Armijo, Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Armijo, Gabriel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Armistead, Ryan Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Industiral 

Engineering 

Armour, Adrian Adele 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Linguistics 

Armour, Isaac A. 

(Arivaca, AZ) 

Senior, Philosophy History 

Alpha Delta Pi, Music, Politics 

Armour, Jessica Lyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Armour, Jolon Hawk 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Arms, Daniel Henry 

(Geneva, NY) 

Senior, Economics, General 

Business 

Armsey, Alexandria F 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Armstrong, Alice Anne 

(Carmichael, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Armstrong, Amy E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Armstrong, Andrew R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Armstrong, April IVIelissa 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Freshman, Physiological 

Sciences 

Blue Chip 

Armstrong, Dennis John, III 

(Akron, OH) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Sigma Pi, Intramurals, 

Basketball 

Armstrong, Erin L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Armstrong, Joseph A 

(El Paso, TX) 

Senior, Engineering 

Armstrong, Laura Lee 

(Dunwoody, GA) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Armstrong, Susan Jane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Arndt, Kale Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts, 

Music 

Dungeons And Dragons 

Arnerich, Lukas Joseph 

(Portland, OR) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Football, University Of Arizona 

Football 

Arnett, Lindsay Sue 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Arnett, Wesley Eric 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 



Arnold, Aisha L. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Arnold, Chad Brandon 

(Mesquite, TX) 

Freshman, Engineering & 

Mines 

Music, Concerts, Movies 

Arnold, Haley T. 

(Cottonwood, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Arnold, Jack Wesley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Arnold, Jessica A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Arnold, Juliann Rebecca 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Arnold, Katheryn Evans 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Arnold, Kristin Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Arnold, Morgan Mckenzie 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physiological 

Sciences, Chemistry/religion 

Arnold, Rebecca Lacey 

(Cottonwood, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology Women's 

Studies And Business 

Network Of Feminist Student 

Activists 

Arnold, Robert J. 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Athlete On University Track 

And Field Team, Compete In 

The Decathlon 

Arnold, Shanel L 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Arnold, Steven C. 

(Burlingame, CA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Arnold, Wyatt A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Arok, Peter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Aron, Allison M. 

(Fullerton, CA) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Aronchick, Bryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Aronoff, Adam Michael 

(San Diego, CA) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Aronoff, Davida M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Dance 

Aronoff, Mary Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Arora, Akash K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Aros, Mary Jo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Aros, Turquesa Ixtlali 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Arougheti, Stephen Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Arp Romero, Adam D. 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

American Society Of Civil 

Engineers, Playing Soccer, 

Football, 



Arphul, Jermaine Hewlett 

(Piano, TX) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Arphul, Tonyela Enyonam 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Theatre Arts 

Arr, Nique Marie 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Fine Art Studies 

Arrandale, Anthony M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Physiological Sciences, 

Chemistry 

Research, APO, Chemistry 

Club, Med Cats, Fishing, 

Soccer, Tennis, Golf 

Arredondo, Aleasha M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Arredondo, Ana-elisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Arredondo, Marco A. 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Arredondo, Melissa I 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Arredondo, Raquel Rivera 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Arreola, Marisela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Arreola, Omar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Arriaga, Maria C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Arrieta, Amaris Lisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 

Arrieta, Jesus E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Arrington, Aubrey Joy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Arriola, Jose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Health Education 

Arriola, Morgan Brittany 

(Paradise Valley AZ) 

Junior, Communication, 

Business 

Arriola, Randal B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Arroyo, Anika Christine 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Arroyo, John Obed 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Artea, Laura G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Arterbury, Aaron P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Arthur, Dylan Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Arthur, Joel Devin 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 

Arthur, Stephanie K. 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Senior, Marketing 

Artuz, Karlo Ramilo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Artuz, Rowena Ramilo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 



Artz, Rachel 

(McLean, VA) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Aruchamy, Chendhanal 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Arvin, Blaire C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Arviso, Ladonna Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineehng 

Arvizu, Kathryn Yvonne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Arvizu, Martin R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Arvizu, Ricardo A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Arvizu, Sabino Francisco 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemical 

Engineering 

Arvold, Elizabeth Moore 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Arwari, Kelly R 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Asad, Douglas James 

(Lake Forest, IL) 

Senior, Regional 

Development, Psychology 

Phi Gamma Delta, Sports, Phi 

Gamma Delta 

Asai, Kellen I 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Asarch, Michael Aaron 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Snowboarding, Baseball, 

Basketball, Football, Sports 

Marketing, Marketing 

Asbell-luckau, Jayme 

Rebecca 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Asbury, Adam Anthony 

(Miami, FL) 

Senior, Marketing 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, 

Snowboarding, Golfing, 

Ascencio, Fernando 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Psychology 

ASUA Director Of Speakers 

Board, Nami-Ua Treasurer, 

Alpha Phi Omega, 

Ascher, Rebecca Marni 

(Toledo, OH) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Asdell, John L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Asensio, Juan Carlos 

(La Crescenta, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Ash, Michael Jonathan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Ashburn, Crystal J 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education, 

Theatre Arts 

Kappa Delta Chi, Tennis, 

Soccer, Arizona Blue Chip, 

FTC, , Traveling (Especially 

Road Trips), Skating, SSS, 

Shopping 

Ashby, Amber L 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Ashcraft, Allison R. 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 



Ashcraft-hill,Tokotah Skye 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Ashe, Matthew Samuel 

(Stevenson, WA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Snowboarding, Guitar 

Asher, Dustin Cruz 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Asher, Maya Christine 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing, 

Special Education And Rehab. 

Asher, Ryan Anthony 

(Woodland Hill, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Ashirvad, Darshan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Physics 

Ashkanian, George E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Ashley, Alyssa B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Ashley, Clyde Edward 

(Viola, AR) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Ashley, Elizabeth M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Ashraf, Shaharyar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Ashton, Loren Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Askam, Brad Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Askren, Kelly Leeann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Asnani, Mohit S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems, Sociology 

Phi Kappa Psi, Entrepreneur - 

Founded Videorhythm Inc., 

www.videorhythm.com 

Asnis, Benjamin S. 

(New York, NY) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Asnon, Jon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Asokan, Arjun 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Assad, Julia M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Assael, Bryan Skylar 

(Hewlett, NY) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Zeta Beta Tau 

Asseff, Brittany Sandra 

(Bullhead City AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Astachkine, Vladimir 

Andreevich 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Astorga, Bethzaida 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 

Asztalos, David Charles 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Atayde, Nohemi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agri & Biosystems 

Engineering 



Atchinson, Laura 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts, 

Studio Art 

UATV 

Atene, Amberly Sheena 

(Tuba City AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, American 

Indian Studies 

Ater, Abraham Deng 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Athanasiou, Vasiliki E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Atkin, Alexandra H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Atkins, Ashlee N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Atkins, Audrey Danielle 

(Rancho Cucamonga, CA) 

Junior, Veterinary Science 

Sigma Alpha Sorority, Pre-Vet 

Club 

Atkinson, Donna Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Atkinson, Joseph Hampton 

(San Diego, CA) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Atkinson, Rita M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Atkinson, Robert Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Atles, Travis M. 

(Lake Forest, CA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Atrian, Vanessa A. 

(San Manuel, AZ) 

Sophomore, Microbiology 

Attar, Nashira Malihai 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Attar, Natalie D. 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences, 

Chemistry 

Attar, Stephan Nessim 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

Senior, Economics, General 

Business 

Happiness, Money, Women 

UA - Unforgettable 

Experiences, Loyal Friends, 

Outstanding Education, 

Beautiful Campus, Eternal 

Suns 

Atwell, Brooke Mitchell 

(Columbus, OH) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Atwell, Jennifer Anne 

(Mount Horeb, Wl) 

Sophomore, Marketing 

Atwell, Meredith M 

(Columbus, OH) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Atwell, Patrick William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Atzeff, Natalie Ann 

(Santa Ana, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Au, Brian A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Au, Chi-Fung 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Au, Ka-ho 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science I 



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Au, Michael 

(Salem, OR) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering, Political Science 

Engineering Ambassadors 

Au, Tai 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

FASFA, Vsa, Aaca 

Aubrecht, John Charles 

(Dover, MA) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Audette, Lauren Anne 

(Hardwick, MA) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Spanish 

Soccer, Singing, Track, And 

Dance 

Audilett, Kendra Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Auerbach, David Owen 

Senior, Economics, German 

Aufhammer, Corey Charlson 

(Laguna Beach, CA) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Augenstein, Julie Ann 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Augustine, Joseph G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Augustyn, Veronica 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Materials Science 

& Engineering, Spanish 

Aul<on, Polina Georgievna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Veterinary Science 

Auletta, Yusef D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Aumicit, Jaron Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Aungst, Lindsay Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Aure, Roger 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Ausick, Christina J. 

(Madison, Wl) 

Freshman, SLHS, Spanish 

Delta Delta Delta, Blue Chip, 

Golf 

Aussprung, Matthew 

Richard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Austin, Adam Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Austin, Alicia Y. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems 

Austin, Blaine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Health 

Education 

Austin, Brianna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Austin, Eric A. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Physics 

Austin, Erin Linette 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Austin, Gary Hayden 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Austin, Kathryn Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Women's Studies 



Austin, Kristy L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Austin, Melissa Lynn 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Alpha Kappa Psi, ASUA, 

Chain Gang 

Austin, Nabahe Wacinyan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts, American 

Indian Studies 

Cars, Racing, Anime, Cross 

Country, Running And Weight 

Lifting 

Auterino, Jayson V. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Avalos, Kathleen Dolores 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Avalos, Luis 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, Microbiology 

Cross Country, Track) 

Avalos, Marie A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Avanzino, Christopher 

Andrew 

(Dublin, CA) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Delta Tau Delta 

Avash, Yasmin Noemi 

(San Rafael, CA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Avegalio, Fata R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Avellone, Mary Jean 

(Lake Bluff, IL) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Aven, Allison J 

(Crystal Lake, IL) 

Junior, Communication 

Avenenti, Santino Arturo 

(Yucaipa, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Omega Delta Phi, Soccer, 

Football, Basketball, Music, 

Averbach, Zavi M 

(Agoura Hills, CA) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Aversa, Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Astronomy 

Avery, Aaron Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Avery, Edward Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Averyt, Joshua J 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Avila, Anthony David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism, 

Spanish 

Project Converse, UA Cycling 

Team 

Avila, Basilio S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Avila, Cynthia Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Avila, Edward Timothy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Avila, Ellas Sanchez 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 



Avila, Jennifer Lyn 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology, Chemistry 

Religious Studies 

Relay For Life, Alpha Epsilon 

Delta, Sigma Alpha Lambda, 

Newman Center Choir, Wing 

Representative For Hall 

Government 

Avila, Leslie 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, Spanish 

Avila, Lisa Y. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Avila, Lourdes 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Avilez,Tomas A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore. Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Avrahami, Hadar Lee 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, Judaic 

Studies & Communication 

Avrahami, Sheeri E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Judaic Studies 

Avugiak, William John 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Environmental Science 

Aw, Defa Aissata 

(Nouakchott,mauritania) 

Junior, Business 

Management, Management 

Information System 

Aw, Fatimata Djeynaba 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Aw, Ramatoulaye 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Awale, Rani Mohamad 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Awaie, Roxanne S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Awdry, Jennifer J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Awerkamp, Risa D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology, 

Chemistry- 

Casa De Los Nines, 

Axelrod, Bailey Thomas 

(Encinitas, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Ayala, Alejandro 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Ayala, Esmeralda S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Ayala, Wendy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Ayer, Patricia Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Ayer, Stefanie Elena 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology 

Ayers, Adam 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Ayers, Angle M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Ayirebi, Prince 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Aylward, Eric Martin 

(Sonoita, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 



Aylward, Frank O 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Ecology 

Ayodele, Adebola Omolara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Ayon, Olga 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Ayub, Shehzad Hassan 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Ayuen, Peter Manyok 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Aza, John Justine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Azad, Mutaher Husain 

(Sharjah, United Arab 

Emirates) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering, 

Computer Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Music, Sports 

Azadeh, Fariba 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Azari, Mazier 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Azarmi, Arash 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Azher, Freeha Afshin 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Azueio, Brandon D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Ba, Gatta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Babauta, Holly Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Babb, Josh W 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Babb, Rebekah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Women's Studies 

Babbitt, Mark Allen 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Babbitt, Robert L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Babcock, Jenna L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Babcock, Joshua James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Babcock, Matthew D 

(Meqvon, Wl) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Babcock, Neal W. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Criminal Justice 

Babiak, Catherine Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Babiars, Gregory P 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Babich, John G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Babico, Phillip Jacob 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, Pre- 

Law 

Law, Phi Alpha Delta 

Babins, Carly Jill 

(Huntingdon VI, PA) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 



Babits, Lauren E. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Running, Hiking, Skiing, 

Wakeboarding, Arizona Blue 

Chip Program, Pre-Pharmacy 

Club, Phi Eta Sigma National 

Honors Society 

Bac, Kelly K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Baca, Carlos Ignacio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Baca, Ixcel Adriana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, Spanish 

Psi Chi, Dancing 

Baca, Joseph Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Baca, Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bacaparra, Rosalinda 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Bacaparra, Rosalinda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Baccus, Katie J. 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bach, Jason James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Bachar, Shani 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Linguistics 

Bachelier, Jacqueline M 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Physiological 

Sciences, Psychology 

Bachman, Elizabeth Ashley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, SLHS 

Bachofer, Carol Marie 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Bachrach, Courtney 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Back, Amy Rachel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Backer, Jeffrey David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Backlund, Peter Bond 

(Menio Park, CA) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Bacon, Adrian Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bacon, Benjamin S. 

(Marshall, TX) 

Junior, Journalism 

Bacon, Donald H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Badal, Jason Neil 

(San Juan) 

Sophomore, Management Info 

Systems, Accounting 

Delta Sigma Pi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, 

Swimming, Water Polo, Dj 

Badeaux, Clayton Carroll 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics, Management Of 

Info. Systems, Mathematics 

Mathematical Theory, 

Proteomics, Bioinformatics 

Badilla, Cynthia Selene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 



Badilla, Guevara Graciela 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Badilla, Marisol 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Badilla, Nitzelle A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Badman, Margo Leigh 

(Wolcott, NY) 

Junior, Psychology, Pre-Health 

Badria, Kathy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Badria, Lamya Butris 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Near Eastern 

Studies 

Badria, Mark Amad 

(Southfield, Ml) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Weightlifting, Studying With 

Friends, Sports 

Baffert, William Barrett 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Baggett, Scott Kenneth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Baggs, Jennifer Hye Sil 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Hawaii Club 

Bagheri, Golsheed 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Bagheri, Sabora 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Baghernejad, Bijan Aaron 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Pi Kappa Phi, Baseball, 

Basketball 

Bagley, Jerry Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Bagley, Michael George 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Bagrodia, Naina 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology Spanish 

Volunteering, Dancing 

Baguley, Erin N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bagwell, Joel M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Bahbah, Leila Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Bahe, Beth J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Bahe, Rashell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bahe, Steven Aruiso 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Bahnsen, Justing Tobias 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Bahoshy, Erin M. 

(Ketchum, ID) 

Junior, Marketing 

Bahr, Lindsay Ann 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Bahr, Thomas John 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 



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Bai, Jie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Baiada, Alexis B. 

(Evergreen, CO) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Baiba, Nir Jacob 

(Calabasas, CA) 

Frestiman, Undecided 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Baidinger, Fara L. 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Baler, Karly A. 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Junior, Anttiropology 

Baier, Nathan Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Frestiman, Mining Engineering 

Bailto, Caitlin Elsbeth Joy 

(San Jose, CA) 

Soptiomore, Ttieatre Arts, 

Political Science( Second ) 

Ttieatre, Acting, Dance, 

Ctioreography 

Bailey, Alonzo Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Bailey, Andrea L. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Bailey, Austen Franklin 

(Rockford, IL) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bailey, Cindy Dado 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Anthropology 

Bailey, Connie l\1arie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Bailey, Corinne Janette 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing, 

Japanese Language 

Bailey, David Harrison 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Bailey, Jennifer M 

(Mc Cool( Lake, SD) 

Senior, Political Science 

Bailey, John William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bailey, Katherine Sara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Bailey, Kimberly Michele 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Bailey, Melinda L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bailey, Paul Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Bailey, Phillip A. 

(Bloomington, IN) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bailey, Ryan H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bailey, Vanesha Lanae 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Senior, Physiological 

Sciences, Chemistry/sociology 

University Of Arizona 

Women's Soccer Team 

Baines, Casey Claire 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Alpha Phi 

Baird-jaramillo, Bethany 

Starr 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bais, Stephen Kyle 

(Chino Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Plant Sciences 

Slow Pitch Softball, Golf 



Baize, Jessica E 

(Mt. Carmel, IL) 

Senior, Russian, International 

Studies 

Presbyterian Campus Ministry 

Phi Beta Kappa, National 

Society Of Collegiate 

Scholars, Arizona Model 

United Nations 

Bajuscak, Brian C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geography 

Bajuscak, Jason A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Baker, Adam F. 

(Seattle, WA) 

Senior, Economics, General 

Business 

Baker, Amanda M. 

(Charleston, SC) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Baker, Amy Louise 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology, 

Chemistry & Public Health 

Administration 

Music And The Outdoors, 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Tho 

Baker, Andrew Orion 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Baker, Ashley A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Baker, Benjamin S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineehng 

Baker, Caela 

(Rochester, MN) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Latin American Studies 

Ahzona Blue Chip, Students 

For Fair Trade 

Baker, Carey Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Spanish 

Baker, Celine Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Baker, Chloe Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Baker, Cody Jared 

(Salinas, CA) 

Freshman, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Baker, Courtney Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Baker, Danielle Elyse 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Dance 

Baker, Danny J. 

(Fountain Hills, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Baker, Deborah Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Baker, Erin E 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Baker, Gary Bryce 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Baker, Grant Edwin 

(Orange City lA) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Photography And Graphic 

Design Of All Kinds 

Baker, Gregory J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Baker, Guy Bennett 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 



Baker, Jaclyn IVIichelle 

(Lutz, FL) 
Senior, Dance 
Baker, James Edward 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mathematics 
Baker, Jared Scott 
(San Jose, CA) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Baker, Jessica M 
(Fountain Hills, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Chi Omega 
Baker, Jocelyn 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Baker, Katherine Drew 
(Dallas, TX) 
Freshman, Undecided 
Delta Delta Delta 
Baker, Kathryn Eileen 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Nursing 
Baker, Melissa Frances 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Baker, Michael Dean 
(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 
Baker, Nathan J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineehng 
Baker, Nicholas Patrick 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Media Arts 
Baker, Nicole Kristina 
(Paoli, PA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Baker, Timothy Brooks 
(San Ramon, CA) 
Senior, History 
Baker, Travis A 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 
Baker, Wade William 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Civil Engineehng 

Baker, William Zachary 

(Salt Lake City UT) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineehng 

Bakeri, Jonaki Achal 

(Ahmedabad, India) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

Pre- Law 

Bakhtiar, Koorosh Hadi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Bakke, Erik David 

(Chico, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Bakke, Nathan Miles 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bakst, Jennifer L 

(Lake Zurich, IL) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Bakva, Jordan Joshua 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bala, Adithya 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Baiakier, Jason 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Balamenti, Amanda Lynn 

(Sharpsburg, MD) 

Freshman, English, French 

Balasuriya, Lilanthi Ran] 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Balchan, Anitra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Veterinary Science 

Baldenegro, Salomon 

Feliciano 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Balderrama, Angel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 



Balderrama, Mario A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Baldi, Lauren Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Baldi, Michele Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Baidinger, Taiya 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Baldini, Richard Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Baldino, Angela M. 

(Gresham, OR) 

Junior, Muscial Theatre 

Baldwin, Anne Haynes 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science, 

Psychology 

Baldwin, Bradly Spencer 

(Irvine, CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Baldwin, Bridgett J.a. 

(Apple Valley MN) 

Freshman, Undecided, Dance 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Dance, 

Music, Spanish 

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love you to the Moon and 

back times infinity! Love, tJlom 

and Dad 

Baldwin, Eric W 

(West Linn, OR) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Baldwin, Jenna Kristine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Baldwin, Michelle B. 

(Highlands Ranch, CO) 

Sophomore, Spanish, 

Sociology 

Phi Eta Sigma Honors, 

National Society Of Collegiate 

Scholars, Dance, Community 

Service 

Baldwin, Patricia V. 

(El Paso, TX) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Baldwin, Seth D. 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology, 

Chemistry, General Business 

Baldwin, Shan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Communication 

Bale,Tara Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Spanish 

Baiko, Callista Jo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Baiko, Scott Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Ball, Lawrence Anthony 

(Fresno, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Music, Dance, Football 

Ball, Marcela Almada 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Near Eastern Studies 

Ball, Nicole M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Ball, Rahsaan N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Ball, Ryan J 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Ball, Stephanie Patrice 

(Corvallis, OR) 

Freshman, Animal Sciences 

Horseback Riding, 

Horse racing, 

Ballard, Jessica Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Veterinary Science 



Ballesteros, Alejandro Alain 

(Hermosillo, Son, Mex.) 

Senior, Industiral Engineehng 

Society Of Hispanic 

Professional Engineers, 

Systems & Industrial 

Engineering, Inst. Of Industhal 

Engineehng, Camping, 

Comm. Svc, Travel, 

Ballesteros, Betina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing, 

Spanish 

Ballesteros, Celina Ycoco 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Ballesteros, Nalielhy HIdaly 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Balliet, Stephen John 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Balloun, Daysha Jean 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Balon, Geoff 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Baloo, Sabrina Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Balph, Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. No Major Selected 

Balsamo, Nicholas Anthony 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology, Media 

Arts / Business 

Beta Theta Pi 

Balsamo, Vincent Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Balstad, Allison G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology Psychology 

Baltes, Kari Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Baltosiewich, Terra Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nuthtional Sciences 

Balzano, Joel Henry 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Balzert, Stephanie Antje 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Bamroo, Jayant 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Banales-aguirre,Tonina 

Lupe 

(Ft Huachuca, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Band, Adam Francis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Banda, Armando Antonio 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Wrestling, Auto Mechanics, 

Banda, Jonah Masozi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Bandin, Carmen T. 

(Avondale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Spanish 

Bane, Leahann Cristen 

(Temple, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing, 

Spanish 

Banerjee, Arijit Sonny 

(Jackson, MS) 

Junior, Finance 

Tennis, Lifting Weights, 

Student Council 

Bang, Sarah Raelene 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 



Bangs, Shannon L 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Economics 
Bani-Hashim, Mohamed 
Habib 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Bank, Brian Alan 
(Brookfieid, Wl) 
Sophomore, Political Science 
Bank, Petrea E 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, History 
Bankhead, Ryan David 
(Prescott, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Bankhurst, Aaron James 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Undecided 
Bankowski, Michael J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 
Banks, Adam Thomas 
(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 

Banks, Brandon Germaine 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Banks, Claire Priscilla 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Spanish 
Banks, Erin Frances 
(Granit Bay CA) 
Sophomore, Retailing & 
Consumer Science 
Banning, Rachel Marie 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 

Music, Photography Bow/ling 
Banzhaf, Nicholas A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Accounting 
Bao, Kaijia 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 
Systems 

Baraff, Chelsea N 
(Lake Havasu City AZ) 
Senior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Barag, Aaron Lewis 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Barajas, Cristobal E 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Barajas, Daniel 
(Distrito Federal, MX) 
Sophomore, Pre-Health 
Education 

Tennis Club, Running, Guitar, 
Spanish Literature, Reading 
And Doing Homework 
Barajas, Gloria E. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Nursing 
Barajas, Jose F. 
(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 
Barajas, Yvette Monique 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 
Barajas De Robinson, 
Graciela 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Liberal Studies 
Barai, Jason A 
(Los Angeles, CA) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Baranowski, Andrew Joseph 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Barbee, Janelle Irene 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Health 
Education 



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Barber, Chris J 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Management, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Love Sports-Football 

Barber, Craig D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Science 

Barber, Dougias W. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Barber, Jaclyn M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Barber, Jason Cole 

(Henderson, NV) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Barber, Kyle S 

(Wicltenburg, AZ) 

Freshman, Physics, 

Astronomy 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Barber, Michael J. 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Barbera, Jeffrey Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Barber, Erick J. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Barcelo, Cyndy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Barcenas, Angelica J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Barckett, Ashley Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Barclay, Jennifer 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Barclay, Leslee-Ann E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Bard, Philip Reginald 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Bard, Robin IVIarissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barden, Sarah C 

(Amado, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Bardwell, Conan M. 

(Palm Springs, CA) 

Senior, Accounting 

Bareham, Andrew Scott 

Wilson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bareiss, Eric Thomas 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Bargenquast, Jessica D 

(Brookfield, Wl) 

Freshman, Marketing 

Sma 

Barham, Britney Leigh 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Junior, Communication, 

Business 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Bari,Tahsina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Barile, Sean L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Bariletti, Katherine E 

(Redmond, WA) 

Senior, Communication 

Barillari, Adriana A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 



Barillari, Diana Teresa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Barker, Aaron Phillips 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Barker, Blaine A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Physics 

Piano 

Barker, Jason Ray 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer 

Engineering, Computer 

Science 

Barker, Jennifer S. 

Junior, Chemistry, Ecology 

And Evolutionary Biology 

Poetry, Dance, Environmental 

Activities, Entomology 

Barker, Justin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Geography 

Barker, Keven Wheeler 

(Pinetop, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Barker, Scott A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Barkley, Anne Mckenna 

(Oxnard, CA) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Barkley, Harrison Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Classics 

Barkley, Michael David 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

Barkoff, David Charles 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Barks, Casey Wayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barleen, Eric T 

(Lafayette, CA) 

Senior, Fine Art Studies 

Barlow, Donald Adam 

(Hudson, OH) 

Freshman, Astronomy 

Barlow, Matthew Dean 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Barmash, Jessica Lauren 

(Yardley PA) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Barna, Nicholas Joseph 

(Potomac, MD) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Barnacastle, Michael J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Barnard, Amanda Sara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Environmental Science 

Barnard, Janette J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

Barnard, Matthew C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Criminal Justice 

Barnes, Andrea Lynn 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Barnes, Brian Clay 

(Tuscon, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Barnes, Brian Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Barnes, Christopher Antone 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Barnes, Cristi Lyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Singing, Ballroom Dancing 



Barnes, David A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Arizona Men's Volleyball 

Barnes, Dawn E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Barnes, Ivan C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barnes, Katherine M. 

(Nashville, TN) 

Junior, Communication, Pre- 

Law 

Alpha Phi 

Barnes, Lynn Wilson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Barnes, Michael L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Barnes, Nicholas J. 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Barnes, Robert Clayton 

(Oxford, MS) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Science 

Digital Art, Programming, 

Reading 

Barnes, Stephanie Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Barnes, Valerie M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Barneson, Victoria J. 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, Sociology, Art 

History 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Young 

Republicans Club 

Barnett, Brad Kenneth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Barnett, Clay J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Barnett, Jose Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Performance 

Barnett, Lauren R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Barnett, Luis Ernest 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Barnett, Nathan Etienne 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

Junior, Political Science, 

French 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Barnett, Nicole Paige 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Barnett, Sheena Brooke 

(Show Low, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Health Education 

Swimming, Hiking, Camping, 

Church Activities 

Barnett, Stacey Kathryn 

(Carisbad, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Barnett, Yaniv Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barney, Megan Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Barney, Stacy Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Barnhart, Brittney Nicole 

(Venus, TX) 

Freshman, Communication 

Navy And Army ROTC 

Barnhart, Jenifer June 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 



Barnhart, Stephanie C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barnum, Taylor Berthold 

(Redmond, WA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Baro, Wall 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Baron, Alexis Patricia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Barone, Jeff P. 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physiological 

Sciences 

Wildcat Offroad 

Barotz, Samuel Brandon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barr, Christine L 

(Fairfax, VA) 

Senior, German Studies, 

Political Science And 

Communication (thematic ) 

Travel, Art, Biking, Swimming, 

Music, U Of Arizona German 

Club, Presbyterian Campus, 

Ministry (PCM). 

Barr, Darren Bradford 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barr, Joshua David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physics, 

Mathematics 

Barr, Keekan Michelle 

(Silverthorne, CO) 

Senior, Sociology 

Barr, Michael Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Barragan, Mario 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Barragan, Richard L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Barrasso, Julie A 

(Memphis, TN) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Barrasso, Noah C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Barrat, Brian D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems 

Barraza, Brandi S. 

(Silver City NM) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Barraza, Fernando 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Barraza, John Raymond, III 

(Ventura, CA) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Marine Corps, Science, 

Engineering, Aviation, 

Intramural Soccer 

Barraza, Lorena 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barraza, Oscar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Barreda, Luis 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Barreira, Mathew S. 

(Venice, CA) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Barrera, Angelica Martina 

(El Paso, TX) 

Senior, Latin American 

Studies, Spanish 



Barrera, Katherine Rose 

(Benson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Barrera, Lourdes G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Liberal Studies 

Barrera, Margoth Fernanda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Barrera, Monica Rene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Latin American 

Studies, Spanish 

Barreras, Berenice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Barreras, Jessica Renee 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Barrett, Amy Leigh 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Big Brothers Big Sisters 

Barrett, Ashley M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Barrett, Georgeanne 

Kimberly 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Barrett, James Xeros 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Barrett, Jennifer L 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Barrett, Jessie Lynne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Barrett, Kristy Lyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Barrett, Paige Elizabeth 

(Evanston, IL) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Barrett, Patrick Gerald 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Barrett, Rebecca J 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science, 

Chemistry 

Barrett, Robert Bruce 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Barreuther, Kristin C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Education 

Sigma Kappa 

Barrientez, Alyssa lana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Barrientos, Ivan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Barriga, Guillermo Enrique 

(Mission Viejo, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

Spanish 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Barriga, Jordan C. 

(Northbrook, IL) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Barriga, Luis Manuel 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

Barrigah, Dede 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Barrigah, Tete Komlan 

(Lome, TG) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering, 

Business Management 

Sport, Basketball, ASA, 

Soccer 

Barrile, Ann Mary 

(Deer Park, WA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 



Barrionuevo, Barbara Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Barrios, Maritza Jessica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Barro, Mariam 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Barron, Bonni Lee 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Barron, Daniel, Jr. 

(Pasadena, CA) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Barron, Lourdes H. 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Barrow, Nicholas Lawrence 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, English, Creative 

Writing 

Arizona Men's Lacrosse 

Barry, Arthur Dylan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Barry, Greg J. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Barry, Jessica Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Barry, Katelyn Rose 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Barry, Kathleen M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Barry, Kyle 

(Danville, CA) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Barry, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Cutchogue, NY) 

Senior, Astronomy 

Barry, Mary Colleen 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Fine Art Studies 

Music, U Of A Symphonic 

Choir 

Barry, Tiffany L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Spanish 

Barsky, Jeffrey Steven 

(Chatsworth, CA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Barson, Brian Thomas 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Junior, Regional Development, 

Business 

Skiing, Mountain Biking 

Bart, Joshua Victor 

(Walnut Creek, CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bartel, Chandra Rosalie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Bartel, Justin S 

(North Newton, KS) 

Senior, Astronomy 

Bartelt, Christine Elizabeth 

(Merced, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science, Chemistry 

Marching Band, Paintball, 

Rock Climbing 

Barth, Amanda Frances 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Barth, Evan Michael 

(Winters, CA) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering, Engineering 

Management 

Hanging Out With Friends, 

Football, Basketball, 

Wakeboarding, Dirt Bike 

Bartholomew, Anna E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Arts 



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Bartholomew, Blake 
Brautlgam 

(Elk Grove, CA) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Bartholomew, James 

George 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Bartik, Leonid 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bartlett, Benjamin P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Bartlett, Renee Kathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Bartoll, Lauren Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bartollnl-volk, Nicholas 

Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. Pre-Business 

Bartolo, Jessica Ann 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bartolo, Teck R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bartolomeo, Christina Marie 

(Corpus Christi, TX) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bartolucci, Sara N 

(Barrington, IL) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Barton, Leah Elizabeth 

(Santa Fe, NM) 

Senior, General Biology 

Barton, Mark Danger 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bartosik, Erin K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bartz, David Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Bartz, Shirley(charlie) Joann 

(Waterford, CA) 

Senior, English, History 

Teaching Middle School 

Barvie, Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Barzanjy, Nasyar Arshad 

(Sulemanyah, IQ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Electrical Engineering 

Alpha Kappa Alpha, 

Research, Tucson Soccer 

League 

Basalilov, Aleksandr 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Basarab, Jodi Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Bash, Terry D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Basham, Daniel Rankin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Bashaw, Philip C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

Bashir, Hassan A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

BasiJ, Stefanie L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 



Basinger-walholm, Ursula 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Anthropology 

Baskin, Adam M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Baskin, Amber J 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, English, Biology 

Baskind, Michael Morris 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

BasI, Lisa Lynn 

(Reno, NV) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Bass, Benjamin I 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Bass, Elliott Garner 

(Leawood, KS) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bassaraba, Laura A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Bassett, Glenn R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Bassett-Mota, Sherry Jan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, English 

Bassin, Matthew Levi 

(Santa Barbara, CA) 

Senior. Journalism 

Basta, Chase Morgan 

(Lindsay MT) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Bastian, Steven K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mining Engineering 

Bastidas, Adam C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bastin, Jesse L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agri & Resource 

Economics 

Bastron, Dennis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Basurto, Erica Alexandria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, General Business 

Basurto, Jonathon Arthur 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Arts 

Bataineh, Zeid Marwan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Batcheler, Amy Claire 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bates, Andrew Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Church, Climbing 

Bates, Brian Halt 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, German Studies 

Bates, Brittney Patrice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bates, Cathleen Ruth 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication, Business 

Bates, Jeremy R, 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Accounting 

Bates, Jessica Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology Creative 

Writing 

Bates, Molly K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Batiz, Rafael 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Junior, Argi Economics & 

Management 



Batman, Chelsey L 

(Avondale, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Batni, Roopa R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marlteting 

Batt, Guiilermo 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Electrical Engineering, 

: Math, Business 

Batt, Sara Alexis 

(Omaha, NE) 

Senior, Communication, 

Business 

Delta Delta Delta 

Batten, Megan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Batterman, Rebecca 

Michelle 

(Ivyland, PA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Sigma Kappa 

Battersby, Miranda C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Battle, Nathan M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Battle, Stephanie Currier 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Batts, Leedaun C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Batty, Vernon Dean 

(Thatcher, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Batubara, Mina Purnama 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Bauer, Brandt Edward 

(San Juan Capistrano, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bauer, Daniel R 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman. Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Bauer, Gregory Thomas 

(Flagstaff. AZ) 

Freshman. Music 

Bauer, Jacob Matthew 

(Phoenix. AZ) 

Junior. Economics, Business 

Kappa Sigma 

Bauer, Laura Lynn 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Psychology 

Bauer, Max Vaughn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Bauer, Melinda Sue 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Bauer, Michell L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Bauer, William T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Baugh, Lindsay Katherine 

(Sammamish, WA) 

Junior. Marl<eting 

Baugh, Matthew Allen 

(Antioch, CA) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Business, Accounting, U Of A 

Baseball, Cars. Poker 

Baugher, Daniel Erie, iV 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior. Pre-Buslness 

University Of Arizona Football 

Baum, Alexander Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Baum, Amy Lynn 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman. French 

Baum, Austin J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 



Baum, Kristina Marianne 

(Whittier, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Baum, Patrick Arthur 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bauman, Brendan Scott 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Bauman, Evan James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bauman, Jenny Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Bauman, Nick S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Bauman, Stefanie A. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore. Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Baumann, Matthew W 

(Rutland, VT) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Baumgard, Brandon Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Plant Sciences 

Bautista, Maribelle 

Baiiesteros 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Bautzmann, Erin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior. Psychology 

Bava, Elizabeth Anne 

(Westminster, CO) 

Freshman. Civil Engineering 

Blue Chip 

Bawol, Jiiiian F. 

(Fountain Hill. AZ) 

Sophomore. Psychology 

Bawoi, Megan Rachel 

(Fountain Hill. AZ) 

Senior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Bawoiek, Carolyne Alice 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Englneenng 

Baxter, Andrew Mark 

(Ellicott City, MD) 

Junior, Political Science 

Baxter, Brent T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Baxter, Danielle C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Bayer, Christopher Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Ecology 

Bayes, Crystal Lynn 

(Sierra Vista. AZ) 

Junior. Theatre Arts 

Bayes, Michelle Nicole 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bayham, Jacob W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bayla, Remoliver 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bayle, Jennifer Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bayless, Steven Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts, Creative 

Writing 

Roller Blading, Hiking, Video 

Games, Movies, Music 

Bayne, Kendel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Baytos, Megan Cleary 

(Germantown, TN) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bayze, Robert Adrian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 



Beach, Margaret K. 

(Chandler, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 
Beach, Michael David 
(Tuscon. AZ) 
Sophomore. Psychology 
Beahan, Kelly E. 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Junior. Political Science, 
Second : Classics 
Blue Chip Leadership 
Program 

Beahan, Patrick N 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 
Science 

Beal, Matthew William 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 
Beal, Sarah Suzanne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 
Bealer, Ian M. 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Junior. Mechanical 
Engineering 
Beall, Ryan Magruder 
(Enumclaw, WA) 
Senior, Accounting 
Beals, Kathryn Margaret 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Spanish. Pre- 
Health 

Beam, Erik Joseph 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior. Wildlife 
Beaman, Michael Henry 
(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Pre-Communication 
Beard, Cameron Alexander 
(Green Valley AZ) 
Freshman, No Major Selected 
Beard, Christopher Stephen 
(Downingtown, PA) 
Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineering 

Beard, Rachel Elisabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Children, Dancing And 
Singing 

Beard, Sarah Louise 
(Plymouth, MN) 
Junior, Psychology 
Bearden, Meghanne 
Maureen 
(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Beardsley, Lauren 
(Paradise Valley, AZ) 
Senior, General Biology 
Beardsley, Megan 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore. Studio Art 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Beardsley, Robert O, III 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Bearman, Whitney R. 
(Memphis, TN) 
Junior, Communication, 
Business 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Music 
We love you Whippet. We're 
so proud of you. Love, Mom, 
Dad and Rachel 
Beas, Celina C. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Beasley, Krystal Michelle 
(Morgan Hill, CA) 
Freshman, Media Arts 
Music. Soccer, Dance, 
Friends, Call 
Beasley, Sarah 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 
Beaton, Brent William 
(Del Mar, CA) 
Freshman, Pre- 
Communication 



Beatty, Jennifer Lee 

(Grosse lie, Ml) 

Senior, Media Arts, Studio 

Arts 

Film, Art, Creative Minds Club 

Beatty, Michael R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Beaty, Christian Andrew 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Beaty, Melissa Camille 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Beaubien, Anne E 

(Herndon, VA) 

Sophomore, Anthropology 

Beauchene, Briana May 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Beaver, Eric Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Systems Engineering 

Bebekian, Aram 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Beca, Erica Nicole 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Beca, Gtna M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Becerra, Yolanda Baldonado 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Bechman, Alexis T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Bechtel, Molly Kathryn 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Beck, Devin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Beck, Gregory 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Beck, Kelly Maureen 

(Dublin, CA) 

Sophomore. Media Arts 

Beck, Lindsey Paige 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Beck, Melissa Jo 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Beck, Roan Charles 

(Lake Havasu City, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Beck, Sarah P. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Beckel, Aubreena L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Beckel, Thomas H. 

(Vail, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Beckenstein, Joshua Brett 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Arizona Blue Chip Program 

Becker, Corey J. 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts, Business 

Film, Music 

Becker, Erik 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology Chemistry 

Becker, Johanna N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Becker, Michael D 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science, 

Chemistry 



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Becker, Nicole R 

(Chester Springs, PA) 

Sophomore, Nursing 

Becker, William Richard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Criminal Justice 

Beckham, Robert Patrick 

(Pasadena, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Becko, Derek Scott 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Beckwith, Arthur Todd 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Beckwith, Katherine N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Ecology & Evol 

Biology 

Becwar, Nicole Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Whting 

Bedford, Timothy R. 

(Oakley, CA) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Bednarek, Julie M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Bednarek, Sara IVIarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Bednarek, Vanessa Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Bedoy, Andrea l\Aelissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bedoya, Georgina A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Bedrick, Sean Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bedrick, Todd A. 

(Aloha, OR) 

Junior, Accounting 

Bee, (Matthew S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Beeaff, Danielle Ernestine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Psychology 

Beebe, Corinne Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Elementary 

Education 

Beebe, Elizabeth L 

(Salt Lake City UT) 

Freshman, University College 

Diving, Dance, Golf, 

Gymnastics 

Beecher, Rolenna Jeanne 

(Livonia, NY) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Beede, Ryan N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Beeghly, Logan Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineehng 

Beeler, Allison 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Beemer, Jessica S. 

(Pacific Palis, CA) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Beemiller, Whitney Kay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Beenken, Liese Nichole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 



Beer, Sofee A 

(Sherman Oaks, CA) 

Senior Mathematics, Theatre 

Arts 

Delta Delta Delta, Arts and 

Features Reporter, The Daily 

Wildcat, Tae 

Bo/Spinning/Aqua instructor at 

the Rec Center, Shiep in Zink: 

The Myth 

Beers, John F 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Beers, IVIark Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Beery, Richard Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Begay, Cody Lee 

(Low Mountain, AZ) 

Sophomore, Art Education 

Painting, Drawing, Sculpting, 

Basketball And, Working Out 

Begay, Eric J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Begay, Eugene A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Begay, Jasper 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Begay, Jolynn M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Begay, Justin Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Begay, Madelena 

(Tsaile, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Begay, Michaela Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Begay, Olivia Mary 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Begay, Tommy K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Begaye, Adrian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Begaye, Adrienne Marie 

(Winslow, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology, 

Chemistry 

Begaye, Lyneve M. 

(Window Rock, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Begg, John P. 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Beggy, Stephanie Lynn 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Classics 

Beggy, Sydney Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Begley, Ryan K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Beglin, Christopher John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Beguin, Christine Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Behl, Christine C. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Behncke, Ian 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Behrana, Cyrus J. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Behrens, Kelli Lynn 

(Anaheim Hills, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 



Behrens, Leslie C 

(Stamford, CT) 

Junior, Anthropology, 

Religious Studies 

Behrens, Matthew R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Behrens, Richard D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Behshad, Soroosh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 

Beideman, Jeffrey Barrett 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Beiderbecke, Bix Alexander 

(Wheat Ridge, CO) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Sunburn Ultimate Team, 

Neptune Society 

Beier, Celia H 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Beier, James David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Beier, Michele Fish 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Freshman, Elementary 

Education, Linguistics 

Beigle, Stephanie Lynne 

(Griffith, IN) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Beik, Nahal 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Beiriger, Jessica L 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Beithon, Rachel Elizabeth 

(Minneapolis, MN) 

Senior, English, Spanish 

Beitia, Eric A. 

(Bayside, NY) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Beittenmiller, Christopher 

Jestak 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cars, Music, Formula SAE 

Bejarano, Gilbert A. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Bejarano, Jennifer Lynn 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology Spanish 

Intramural Softball 

Bejarano, Trisha Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Bejerano, Diane Grace 

(Rosemead, CA) 

Senior, General Biology 

Beko, Ashley Elizabeth 

(Huntington Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Belafsky, Ryane M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Belal, Nora Elizabeth 

(Pelham, NH) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Belcher, Claire Dewhurst 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Belcher, David Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Art History 

Belfadil, Wahid 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Belgrave, Laray 

(Portland, OR) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Basketball, Football 

Belinky, Joseph B 

(Columbus, OH) 

Junior, Regional Development 



Belitsos, Jeremy Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Bell, Adrienne Marie 

(Perrysburg, OH) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Bell, Amy Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bell, Andrew Carson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Bell, Austen Myer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Bell, Bonnie Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bell, Brittney Dawn 

(Temecula, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bell, Christa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Music 

Bell, Christina Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Bell, Christopher James 

(La Mirada, CA) 

Senior, Finance 

Bell, Darius E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Bell, Emily M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bell, Jacy Kamiko 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 

Bell, Josh M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Bell, Lydia Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Dance 

Bell, Marisa J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Art Education 

Bell, Megan D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Ecology 

Bell, Michael Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Bell, Mikaela J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Linguistics, Medieval 

Studies 

Martial Arts, Dance, Music, 

Creative Writing 

Bell, Monique P 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology, 

Spanish 

Bell, Nathan 

(Fountain Hill, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Bell, Omar John 

(Weston, MA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Bell, Ryan J 

(New Market, MD) 

Junior, Finance 

Bell, Ryan 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Bell, Tanner Christopher 

(Castroville, CA) 

Junior, Regional Development, 

Business & Communication 

University Of Arizona Football 

Player 

Bell, Travis Bertrand, Jr. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Music 

Bell, Travis R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Bell, Warren W 

(Chicago, IL) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Kappa Alpha 

Bellagamba, Ashley 

Elizabeth 

(Los Altos, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development, Sociology 

Bellanger, Monica T. 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education, Family 

Studies 

Beller, Graydon Sami 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Beller, Matthew Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Belliard, Audrey C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Bellinger, Lindsay Anne 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Journalism, Sociology 

And Communications 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Traveling, 

Running, Hanging With The 

Theta Gals 

Bellisario, John Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Production 

Bellovin, Michael Ian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bellows, Donald Clinton 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bell-Smith, James Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics, 

Finance 

Belmonte, Heather Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Belnap, Zithrely 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Belone, Phillip Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Belous, Kathryn 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Belser, Steven James 

(Great Neck, NY) 

Senior, Communication 

Belshe, Matthew Darrell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Belshe, Timothy 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Systems Engineering 

Belter, Jessica Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Beltran, Aurora A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Beltran, Liliana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Beltran, Nicholas Alexander 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Belver, Lori Anne 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Bemis, Nicole M. 

(Bainbridge Island, WA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Ben, Melanie L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Benadom, Elise Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, SLHS 



BenadrettI, Brandon D. 

(Irvine, CA) 

Sophomore, Business 

Management 

Soccer 

Benafield, Meghan Emily 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Benally, Darren B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Benally, Everett Eric 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Benally, Sherylynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 

Benally, Tanya Marie 

(Grand Falls, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

University Chess Club, Unity 

Blue Chip 

Benassi, Marco Steven 

(Fountain Hill, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Benavides, Liliana Belen 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Benavidez, Bryan Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Communication 

Benavidez, Elias M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts, 

Theatre Arts 

Benavidez, Kodi Lalne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Benavidez, Lindsey M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Benbow, Celina Hom 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Bencomo, Andrea J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bencomo, Stephanie M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Social Studies 

Bencomo, Tera R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Bender, Andrew Christian 

(VIg of Lakewd, IL) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Bender, Hillary 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bender, Karen E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Bender, Lynnsey N. 

(Manhattan Beach, CA) 

Senior, Communication 

Bendewaid, Jessica Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Ben-dror, Lisa Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Environmental & Water 

Res 

Benedetti, Steven Michael 

(Danville, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Benedict, Katherine Juanlta 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Benedikt, Sean Ryan 

(Apache Junction, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Beta Theta Pi 

Benefield, Charles Douglas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Beneicke, Katherine E. 

(Bloomfield Hills, Ml) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 



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Beneke, Amanda R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Beneke, Erin Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Beneze, Alan Neil 

(Bullhead City, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Bengoechea, Petria Nicole 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Undecided 

Bengtson, Christian J. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Bengtson, Theresa D 

Junior, Wildlife 

Benich, Samantha L 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Anthropology 

Benites, Bradford Daily 

Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice, 

Pre-Law 

Sports And www.bwpokerta- 

blescom. Baseball, Golf 

Benjamin, Erin Lindsey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Benjamin, Hayley Suzanne 

(Seattle, WA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Volleyball 

Benjamin, Martin A. 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology, Biochemistry 

AED, Youth Against Cancer, 

Sigma Alpha Lambda, Phi Eta 

Sigma 

Benkendorfer, Edward 

William 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Benko, Alison M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Benkoske, Thomas J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Ben-mohamed, Keisi Jamila 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Benn, Andrew R 

(Penn Valley, PA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Bennen, Marialine P 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Bennett, Aaron Christopher 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Bennett, Adam D 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Atmospheric Sciences, 

/math 

Pride Of Arizona Marching 

Band, Seacams 

Congratulations on a job well 

done Adam. Love, Mom & 

Dad 

Bennett, Adrian Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bennett, Ashleigh Susan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bennett, Blaine Eugene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Bennett, Braden Werner 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Bennett, Brian James 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Public 

Management & Policy 

Music, Pride Of Arizona, Pass, 

SIFE, Blue Chips 



Bennett, Carly Anne 

(Tucson, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Bennett, Christopher Jared 

(Casagrande, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Bennett, Courtney Elizabeth 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Junior, Business Economics 

Bennett, Elspeth Alyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Bennett, Garrett Lee, Jr. 

(Page, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Spanish 

Alpha Phi Omega, Arizona 

Ambassadors, Associated 

Students Of The University Of 

Ahzona, 

Bennett, Gregory P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Bennett, Jamie L 

(Marana, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bennett, Joseph Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineehng 

Bennett, Kayla Marie 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bennett, Kevin David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Bennett, Michael Raymond 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Bennett, Natalie Ann 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Bennett, Nicholas Harold 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Physics 

Bennett, Rabecca Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Bennett, Timothy R. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Benninger, Cole Harris 

(Tuscon, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Benninger, Lezlee Roanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Muscial Theatre 

Musical Theatre, Singing, 

Acting, Dancing, Piano, Stage 

Combat, Svi/imming, Knitting 

Benosa, Jerome Nicholas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Benson, Alexandria 

(Orinda, CA) 

Freshman, Physiological 

Sciences 

Benson, Andrew J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Benson, Andrew Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Benson, Bianka Nikole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Benson, Brandie L 

(Benson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Benson, Chelsea Marelle 

(Marietta. GA) 

Sophomore, Dance, Media 

Arts 

Benson, Elisa Jill 

(Grand Forks, ND) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Classics 

Benson, Emily Kerstin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Benson, Eric Edward 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Benson, Jonathon Joseph 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, East Asian 

Studies 

Benson, Kathleen Anne 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Physiological Sciences 

Benson, Kristen Noel 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Benson, Michelle J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Music, Sports 

Benson, Nicole Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Benstein, Michael R 

(Wheaton, IL) 

Senior, Finance 

Bent, Chelsea Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art History, Classics 

Bentley, Jennifer Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art Education, 

Educational Psychology 

Bentley, Jessica Veriene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Bentley, Jill Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Benton, Amanda Eileen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Benton, Beau Gilbert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Benzi, Kathy Joann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Beran, Jeff Wylder 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineehng 

Management 

Berding, Travis J 

(Alamo, CA) 

Junior, Economics 

Beren, Eli Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Berens, Jeffrey Michael 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Berg, Amy Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Berg, Brett Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Berg, Daniel Scott 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Anthropology 

Young Democrats, Food Not 

Bombs, Refuse And Resist, 

Students For Choice 

Berg, Elliott A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineehng, Aerospace 

Engineehng 

Micro Air Vehicle Club 

Berg, Travis Lee 

(Tigard, OR) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bergdahl, Kristina L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Ecology 

Bergeman, Steven M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Bergen, Christopher V. 

(Denville, NJ) 

Junior. Political Science 

Bergen, Jacqueline E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 



Bergen, Jeanie L. 

Junior, Theatre Arts, 

Journalism 

Chi Omega 

Bergendahl, Brett Matthew 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bergendahl, Lauren Nicole 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Public 

Management & Policy 

Berger, Aaron J 

(San Diego, CA) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Berger, Carrie S 

(Pinetop, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Berger, Eric Wesley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Berger, Kelli Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Berger, Kristina Jonelle 

Combs 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, Latin 

American Studies 

Bergeron, Keith H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Berglund, Charlene Kristen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bergman, Jacob Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bergman, Miranda Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Bergman, Sean Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 

Bergner, Skyler Bodine 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Chillin 

Bergougnan, Nathalie M. 

(Laguna Beach, CA) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Bergstad, Letysha Bree 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing, 

Veterinary Sciences/ 

Architecture 

Bergstrand, Anneka K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Animal Sciences 

Bergstrom, Grace Sharon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Beriyeva,Yelena 

Nikolayevna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Performance Piano 

Dravi/ing, Swimming, Listening 

To Classical Music 

Beriyeva, Yelizaveta 

Nikolayevna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Performance Piano 

Berk, Cambel May 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Berke, Brian D 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Berke, Noah L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Berkenkamp, Drew Charles 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts, American 

Indian Studies , Education , 

Business 

Production, Earth Day Film 

Festival, Basketball, Flag 

Football, Softball Intramurals 



Berkey, Christopher 
Harrison 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Berkey, Lauren Nicole 

(Marana, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Berkley, Maxwell Abraham 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Senior, Political Science 

Berkman, Gregory F. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Berkowitz, Kevin B. 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Judaic Studies 

Berkowitz, Taryn Leigh 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Berlese, Angela Jeanna 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing, Spanish 

Berlin, Andrea M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Berlin, Michael James 

(Boise, ID) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Berlin, Ryan Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Berman, Jessica Lyn 

(Newton, NH) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Berman, Natalie Brooke 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Undecided, Art History 

Berman, Rachel 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Senior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences, Thematic (business 

And Family Studies) 

Sign Language Association, 

NSSHLA 

Bermudes, Christiane L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Enjoys Art And Traveling 

Bermudez, Arnulfo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Bernai, Adam Hilbert 

(Benson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Bernai, Daniela S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Bernai, David Thomas 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Bernai, John Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Bernai, Leticia Yvonne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bernai, Ren? E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering 

Mathematics 

Bernal-Rigoli, Julie Christina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ, Animal Science 

Bernardi, Christopher 

Angelo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Bernardi, Maria 

(Tucson, /\Z) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Bernardson, Yaiza 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Bernedo, James E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 



Bernhard, Andrew J 

(Boulder, CO) 
Senior, General Biology, 
Chemistry And Spanish 
Bernhardt, Jason G. 
(Moses Lake, WA) 
Junior, General Biology, Pre- 
Business/ Chemistry 
U Of A Rugby 
Bernhardt, Jennifer Rose 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Marketing 
Bernhardt, Michelle Renee 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 
Bernicky, Lauren N 
(Buffalo Grove, IL) 
Graduate, Psychology, 
Religious Studies 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Bernier, Jessica Ashley 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering & 
Mines 

Berns, Adam S 
(Vernon Hills, IL) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Bernsen, David Cade 
(Beaumont, TX) 
Junior, Political Science 
Bernstein, Benjamin Scott 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Health & Human 
Services 

Bernstein, Jamie Brooke 
(San Diego, CA) 
Junior, Public Management & 
Policy, - Judaic Studies 
(Hebrew Language Emphasis) 
Pride Of Ahzona Marching 
Band, Tau Beta Sigma 
Bernstein, Jessica Sydney 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Journalism 
Bernstein, Joshua S 
(Longwood, FL) 
Sophomore, Computer 
Science 

Bernstein, Nicole Jessica 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 
Beronio, Molly Katherine 
(Carlsbad, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Berrellez, Benjamin 
Francisco 
(Nogales, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Berrellez, Brian 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Berreth, Brittany Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 
Berrie, Allison L. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore. Studio Art 
Berrin-reinstein, Yosef 
Chaim „ 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Berry, Anna J 
(Rochester Hills, Ml) 
Senior, Accounting 
Figure Skating Coach 
Berry, Brett D. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 
Berry, David James 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mathematics 
Berry, Matthew Garrett 
(Prescott, AZ) 
Senior, Theatre Arts 
Berry, Meghan J 
(Kansas City, MO) 
Senior, Special Education & 
Rehab 
Outdoor Adventures 



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Berry, Monique G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Berry, Peter A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Berry, Rebekah Ashley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Berry, Thomas C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Berry, Whitney Rhea 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Berta, Richard J. 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Bertics, John IVIichael 

(Amado, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Berlin, Jesse D. 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Bertoson, Grant 

(Seattle, WA) 

Senior, Communication 

Bertram, Erin C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bertram, Sonia Maritza 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Bertrand, IVIatthew L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Bertzil(is, Beth Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Berumen, Brian Angel 

(Baldwin Park, CA) 

Junior, Mexican American 

Studies, Pre Law 

Berumen, Monica 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Berzins, Matthew D. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Beske, Robert Lee 

(Stillwater, MN) 

Senior, Political Science 

Besong, Max 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Finance 

Football, Snowboarding, 

Soccer 

Bessent, Jeremy Daniel 

(Marana, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Bessett, Ashley Nicole 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Bessette-halsema, 

Dominique E. 

(Mission Viejo, CA) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Bessey, Kayla Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Best, Clemencia Renea 

(Arlington, TN) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Best, Deann 

(Roy UT) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Best, Douglas Hunter 

(Brookville, NY) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Best, Elaine Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Best, John T 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Best, Kathryn Ann 

(Chicago, IL) 

Junior, Pre-Business 



Best, Lori Jean 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Best, Nicole R. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Betancourt, Acacia Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Betancourt, Ashley Maria 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Writing, Traveling, Spending 

Time With Family 

Bethany, Sarah Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History, Women's 

Studies 

Bethell, Hanna Marguerite 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Bethke, Ashley Dana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bethune, Christine E. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Betoney, Jasmine Renee 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Basketball 

Bettcher, Alan Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Bette, Eric James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Bette, Laura Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology, 

Business 

Running, Poetry Singing, 

Guitar 

Bettelheim, Shannon D. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems, Operations 

Management 

Betters, Raiza Rebekah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Betterton, Edward William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Betts, Casey Lynn 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Dance 

Betts, Justin C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Betts, Mya Alexandria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Betz, Ashley Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Marketing 

Bevacqua, Erin Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Bevan, Cynthia C 

(Redmond, WA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Bever, Daniel Zachary 

(Orinda, CA) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Beverly, Michael Gray 

(Solvang, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bevins, William Frederick 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Bewtra, Gita K. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Health Education 

Beyer, Brian Jason 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Beyerle, Brent W. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Linguistics, 

History 



Beyerlein, Josephine Rose 

(Moscow, ID) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Beytollah, Hamed 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Bezalel, Ehude Eddie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Bezerra-clark, Christopher 

M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Bezies, Lopez Armando 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering, French 

Music, Weightlifting, 

Swimming, Soccer 

Bezila, Dominique Elaine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Bezzant, Roseanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Bhakta, Kush Baldev 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bhakta, Nayan N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Bhakta, Roma P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physiological Sciences 

Bhakta, Vimalkumar 

Jawaharlal 

(Willcox, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Bhalla, Robin 

(Pacific Palisades, CA) 

Senior, Psychology Business 

Administration 

Bhambhra, Ravi 

(San Jose, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

UA Basketball, Learning To 

Coach Basketball n. Playing 

Any Sports, Listening To 

Music 

Bhardwaj, AnuJ 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Management 

Bhartia, Varun Vikram 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Bhattacharyya.Tulshi A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Bhatti, Hussain S 

(Lahore, Pakistan) 

Senior, Economics, General 

Business 

Economics, Politics, World 

Events, Sports 

Bhavnani, Rajan Pritam 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Agri & Biosystems 

Engineering 

Bheda, Aditya Jayant 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Materials Science 

& Engineering 

Bhirdo, Alyson Carol 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 

Bhuskute, Aditi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bhuyan, Natasha 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology, Economics 

The Oasis Center, Arizona 

Daily Wildcat Senior Staff 

Writer, News, Tu Nidito 



Biache, Teresa A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Biagi, Julie Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Biagi, Mark Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Bialik, Michael Sunner 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bianchi, Carmen Elisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Bianchi, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Arizona Surfers Club, Arizona 

Women's Lacrosse 

Bianchi, Sascha Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Biancuzzo, Michael Francis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Biasiucci, Leonardo A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Bibee, Abigail G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Bible, Tiffany Dyan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Bice, Alexander Nicholas 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Bickel, Stephanie Annette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Bickham, Anay D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Bicknell, Adam James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Bidwell, Holly C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Education 

Dance 

We're so very proud of you. 

Made it through Freshman 

year & did it exceptionally 

well. Love Mom & Dad 

Biebelhausen, John Peter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Biebelhausen, Megan Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Bieber, Kevin Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bieg, Edward James 

(Santa Fe, NM) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Biegelman, Michael J. 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Biehl, Jennifer Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Biel, Matthew Brian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bielli, Matthew Bennett 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bien, Geoff C 

(Dove Canyon, CA) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bies, Zachary Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Biesbroeck, Eric B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agri & Biosystems 

Engineering 



Biesemeyer, Amanda Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Bieterman, Carly C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Bifano, Louisa Marielle 

(Snowflake, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish, Latin 

American Studies 

Bigelow, Arthur Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemical 

Engineering 

Bigelow, Diane Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bigelow, Tracy Halbert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Religious Studies 

Bigger, Patrick Mcgregor 

(Tulsa, OK) 

Junior, Geography 

Biggs, Amy Lorraine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Biggs, Darren T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Biggs, Lindsey N. 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Bigler, Daniel Gean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Bigman, Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Bihn, William J 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Bilby, Elaine M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Finance, International 

Business And Psychology 

Eller Scholars, Financial 

Management Association, 

Eller Outreach Student 

Coordinator 

Bill, Nicholas Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Bill,Tamara L 

Senior, General Biology 

Chemistry 

Billings, Denise L. 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Billings, Jason Noel 

Saenger 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace 

Engineering, Math 

Billman, Aubri Shayne 

(Dallas, TX) 

Sophomore, Special 

Education & Rehab 

Arizona Cheerleading 

Billy, Julian Harlan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Billy, Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Billy, Tammy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Biiunas, Daniel J 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Bina, Thomas Drew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics 

Binder, Dane Thompson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Binder, Jeffrey Daniel 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 



Binder, Jeffrey E 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Bingaman, Marc G 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 
Bingham, Chris 
(Woodside, CA) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Bingham, Christopher Allen 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 
Bingham, Elena F. 
(Miami, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Nursing 
Rockclimbing, Mountain 
Biking, Hiking 
Bingham, Jodey Michelle 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology Sociology 
Bingham, Karl M 
(White Lake, Ml) 
Senior, Fine Art Studies 
Bingle, Angela J 
(Fremont, CA) 
Senior, Political Science, 
Business 

Binkley, Jill Deanne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Binkley, Meisha A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 
Binshtock, Leor Shai 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Bintz, Jereme R. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science, 
Theatre Production- 
Republican Politics, Technical 
Theatre, American History 
Biocca, Gianna Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Studio Art, 
Business 

Birch, Chandler M 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Environmental Science 
Birch, Christina M 
(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Rafting, Running, Painting 
Birch, Kristin Leigh 
(Vienna, VA) 
Senior, Sociology 
Bird, Leah 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Anthropology 
Bird, Megan Michelle 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 
Bird, Tracy Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English, Creative 
Writing 

Birdi,Tasinder K 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Microbiology 
Birgy, Laura Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 
Birkbeck, Scott Charles 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Optical Sciences 
Engineering 

Birkhauser, Britney Blair 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Birkholz, James Peter 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Music 
Birkholz, Jessica A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Microbiology 
Birkholz, Mindy Joan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Birnbaum, Sara Ann 
(Lafayette, CA) 
Junior, Political Science 



Directory • 333 



Birtcher, Leona C. 

(Window Rock, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences, 

Chemistry 

Alpha Phi Alpha, Volleyball, 

Bisbee, Clare Emily 

(New London, NH) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

BIsch, Christina M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Bischof, Christopher R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Bischoff, Montanna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bishop, Allison Joy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bishop, Benjamin R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bishop, Bongi Annette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Bishop, Bradley R 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Economics, Regional 

Development 

Bishop, Camille Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 

Bishop, Dawn E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Bishop, Derick J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Bishop, Lindsay Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Bishop, Luke Andrew 

(Ogalla, NE) 

Senior, Theatre Production, 

Psychology 

Acting, Directing, Producing, 

Business, Theatre, Theta 

Alpha Phi, Djing, Basketball 

Bishop, Thuy MalThi Vu 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Biskind, Lauren Rose 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism, 

Media Arts 

Gamma Phi Beta, UA TV, 

Kamp Student Radio 

Bisordi, Monica Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Bisset, Cameron Reid 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bisson, Matthew John 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics 

Bistany, Christopher M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bistany, Daniel J. 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Bitner, David M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Bitner, Derek Pehrson 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Bittner, Adam Michael 

(Washington Cr, PA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Bittner, Danielle Rae 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology, 

Spanish 

Bitzer, Roxann Anette 

(Vail, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 



Bivens, Ava Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

Economics 

Orchestra (viola). Camp 

Wildcats 

Bivens, Scott W 

(APO, AE) 

Senior, Operations 

Management 

Biznichuk, Larisa Davldovna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Bjerke, Allison M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bjerke, Crystal Lynn 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore. Retailing & 

Consumer Science, 

Psychology 

Alpha Phi Omega, Church, 

Soccer 

Bjerke, Shanon L 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing, Spanish 

SNUA, APO, Mortar Board 

Bjork, Susan Estelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Performance 

Percussion 

Bjorndahl, Laura M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Bjorvik, Erin K. 

(Bartlett, IL) 

Junior, Veterinary Science 

Black, Alesha F 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, 

Psychology 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Black, Ashley N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Black, Carly J. 

(Vail, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Black, Darrin Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Black, Joel A. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Black, Joshua Cole 

(El Paso, TX) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Black, Kenneth Joel 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Black, Kimberiln 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mathematics 

Black, Kvar C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Materials Science & 

Engineering 

Black, Sarah Susan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Black, Scott K. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Black, Shamarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Microbiology 

Black, Taylor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Blackadar, Brian Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Blackburn, Shanelle Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Blackford, Neal D. 

(Cottonwood, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Blackledge, Rachel Dawn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Political Science 

Politics, Swimming, 



Blacklidge, Andrew John 

(Irvine, CA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Blackman, Hannah Felice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Blackman, Tara Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Ecology 

Blackmore, Kristine R 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science, Psychology 

Band, Soccer, Volleyball 

Blackwell, Andrew Dean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business, 

Psychology 

Fixing' Cars, Working' Out, 

Sleeping' 

Blackwell, Cera Elizabeth 

(Lake Havasu City AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Chemistry 

Chi Omega, SACCS 

Chemistry Club, Integrative 

Medicine Club 

Blackwell, James-michael N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Blackwell, Nathaniel Evan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Blackwell, Sherrie Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, East Asian 

Studies 

Blades, Brendan O. 

(Seattle, WA) 

Junior, History 

Blain, Michelle Lynn 

(Carlisle, PA) 

Senior, English, General 

Business Administration 

Study Of Buddhism In The 

Kagyu Tradition, Writing, 

Hiking, Vegan Cooking, Travel, 

Ancient History (Egyptology) 

Blair, Amanda J. 

(Safford, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Blair, Brand! Christine 

(Medford, OR) 

Senior, Creative Writing, 

English Lit. 

Blair, Jamie Lynn 

(Han/vich, MA) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Blaise, Brittany Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Blake, Brittany Lea 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Blake, Jesse H 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Active Flow Control, 

Unmanned Aehal Vehicles 

Blake, Katlyn Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Blake, Matthew S. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Blake, Shannon E 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior. Media Arts 

Blaker, Darby D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Blakiston, Rebecca Louise 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies, English, Sociology, 

And Philosophy 

Blakney, Brandy S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 



Blalock, Taylor Glenn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Blanc, Scott Adam 

(Mission Viejo, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Blancarte, Carlos Hernan 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Blancet, Stephanie Candace 

(Bonita, CA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Blanchard, Danielle L 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

French 

Music, Volunteering, Kiwanis 

Circle K, College Republicans 

Blanchard, Jamie Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism, 

Political Science 

Associated Students Of The 

University Of Arizona, 

Freshman Class Council, 

Preludes Freshman Honorary 

Blanchard, Kendric O 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Blanco, Daniel Uzarraga 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineehng 

Riding My Honda 400ex, 

Baseball 

Bianco, Ernesto A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Blanco, Marcos 

(Sahaurita, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Blanco, Renee Elise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Health 

Education 

Bland, Brittany N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Blandin, Margaret C 

(Salinas, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Delta Gamma, Pre-Nursing 

Club, College Republicans 

Club 

Blangsted, Betty Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Nursing 

Blank, Danielle W 

(Melville, NY) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Blankenbeckler, Melissa 

Christin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Blankenburg, Nicholas 

Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Blankenship, Michelle Rene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Blankenship, Sarah E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Blankenship, Todd Allan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Blanton, Clifford Earl, Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Blanton, Eric J 

(Denwood, MD) 

Senior, Psychology, 

Philosophy 

Blanton, Katourah A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Microbiology 

Blasberg, Bynay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 



Blaser, Nicole K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English, Creative 

Writing 

Outdoor Adventures 

Blash,Tiana A. 

(Spokane, WA) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Blasko, David Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Blasko, Jennifer Lynn 

(Greencastle, PA) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Blatt, Robin Leslie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Blattman, Elyse Nicole 

(Marlboro, NJ) 

Junior, Communication 

Blaylock, Sarah Brenda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Education, Social 

Studies 

Blazek, Brigid R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Blecker, Emily Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Education 

Blecker, Nathan R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physiological 

Sciences, Chemistry 

Bledsoe, Tiffany Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Microbiology 

Blessing, Daniel J 

(Rumford, Rl) 

Senior, Marketing 

Golf, Sports Marketing 

Association 

Blick, James H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Blight, Sara Elizabeth 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics, 

Thematic In Science 

Education 

Wesley Student Ministries 

Blinn, Stefany Michelle 

(Olympia, WA) 

Sophomore, Communication, 

General Business Admin. 

Bliss, Morgan Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology 

Blissett, Robert O. Bradley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bloch, Benjamin Daniel 

(Mercer Island, WA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Blochberger, Sarah Taylor 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

The Refuge, Campus 

Crusade, Future Teachers 

Club 

Block, Andrew Gregory 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Block, Brandon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Block, Brian C 

(Apache Junction, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Block, Brian Israel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Block, David Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Block, Jordan Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Block, Rachelle Vanessa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 



Blodget, Kristen E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Blohm, David M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Blohm, Gregory R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Bloker, Brian Justin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Blombaum, Cassie Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism, 

Political Science 

Art, History, Political Science, 

Basketball, Media Arts Club 

Blomberg, Daniel L. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agri & 

Biosystems Engineering 

Blomquist, Ayla Renae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Blomquist, Erin L. 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Agri & Biosystems 

Engineering 

Blong, Megan Elizabeth 

(Concho, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Love Kids, Outdoor Activities: 

Hiking, Golf, Bike Riding, 

Camping. I'm A Member Of 

The Ski Patrol 

Bloodworth, Brian T. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Spanish 

Phi Alpha Delta, Mock Trial, 

Blue Chip, All Campus 

Leadership Awards 

Bloodworth, John Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bloom, Catherine Jane 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Bloom, Christopher Jay 

(Glen Ellyn, IL) 

Senior, Marketing, Psychology 

Sports, Cooking, Traveling, 

Intelligent Conversation, 

Movies, Wine And Cheese 

Connoisseur 

Bloom, Courtney Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bloom, David Allen 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Bloom, Edward J 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Bloom, Erica Lina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Bloom, Heidi Erin 

(Fairbanks, AK) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bloom, Jeffrey S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Bloom, Katrina Louise 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Bloom, Layne Rachelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bloom, Timothy Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 

Bloomfield, Rebecca 

Nichole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 



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Blotkamp, Ryan Gregory 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Blount, Cassidy Ryan 

(Atascadero, CA) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Chemistry 

Football, Basketball, Weight 

Lifting 

Bloxham, Steven Walter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Bluder, Steven Tyler 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. General Biology 

Blue, Alexis L 

(Marana, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, /theatre 

Theatre, Music, Writing, Phi 

Beta Kappa 

Blue, Madelyn Andrea 

(Louisville, KY) 

Senior, Elementary Education, 

General Science 

Three-Day Eventing: 

Equestrian 

Bluemer, Paula Sue 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Blum, Ashley E. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Blum, Deborah Suzanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Blum, Rachel Betty 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Blumberg, Jared S. 

(St. Augustine, FL) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Blumenthal, Eric David 

(La Jolla, CA) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Blumeyer, Alexandra Bllll 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Blunk, Kasi Denae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Physiological 

Sciences 

BIy, Lindsay L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

BIyth, Roberta Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

BIythe, Jennifer Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Photography 

Boatwright, Elizabeth Baxter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Art History 

Boatwright, lUeg C. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, History Psychology / 

French 

Chi Omega, Chain Gang, 

Optimi 

Bobertz, Briana Diane 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Sociology 

Bobet, Miranda 

(Lakewood, CO) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Synchronized Swimming 

Bobnick, Thomas Michael 

(Elk Grove, IL) 

Junior, Political Science 

Bobroff, Nicolas 

(Newhall, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication, Business 

Management 

Bocci, Paige Elizabeth 

(Hillsborough, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Art History 

Delta Gamma 



Bock, Ashley Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics 

Bock, Carolyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Bock, Gurudas Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Boday, Dylan Joseph 

(Morenci, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Boden, Brittany N 

(Arlington, VA) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science, Chemistry 

Delta Gamma, Club Lacrosse 

Bodin, Destiny Rachelle 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing, 

Spanish 

Alpha Delta Pi, Wildcats For 

Christ, Spires Sophomore 

Honorary, Faith Christian 

Church 

Bodiya, Claire Elizabeth 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

University Of Arizona's 

Women's Soccer 

Bodmer, Kyle James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Boeder, Sarah Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Boehm, Renee Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Boehmer, Melissa Sue 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting, Philosophy 

Yoga, Pilates, Running, 

Photography 

Boemer, Briana Kristen 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Boemi, Ryan Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Boenzi, Salvatore Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Boepple, Matthew Benjamin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Running, Politics 

Boer, Jennifer Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. Pre-Pharmacy 

Boesch, Jean Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior Pre-Business 

Boesch, Taryn Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Boesewetter, Sandra J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Boettge, Jessica R 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Freshman, Education 

Campus Crusade, Elementary 

School Volunteer 

Bogdanovich, Brandt John 

(West Chester, PA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Boger, Clara Gail 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Boggle, Matthew Arthur 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Boggs, Stephanie Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History Women's 

Studies 

Boguena, Sana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 



Bohan, Kyle D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bohan, Mary C 

(Rochester, NY) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Bohannan, William George 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Junior, Finance 

Bohannon, Brett W. 

(Solana Beach, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development, Business 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Surfing 

And The Beach 

Bohannon, Erin Leigh 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Bohart, Brittany Ann 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Bohbot, Steven Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bohling, Matthew D. 

(Lincoln, NE) 

Sophomore, Media Arts, 

Music 

Video Production, Playing 

Music, Cars 

Bohm, Leslie Barbara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Bohme, Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Mathematics 

Ping Pong Club 

Bohnen, Frederick Robert 

(Colorado Springs, CO) 

Freshman, Mining Engineering 

Bohnsack, Victoria Lynn 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Bohon, Otto Ramon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Bohr, Megan Ann 

(Carefree, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Bohr, Zach David 

(Carefree, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Boice, Bradley Tait 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Boice, Joseph Wood 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Boice, Michael H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Men's Club Soccer 

Boido, Ubaldo Enrique 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Boisclair, Britt Ashley 

(Agoura Hills, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Boisvert, Nicole M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bojaj, Sabit 

(Kline, Kosova) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Psychology Martial Arts 

Bojorquez, Anahi 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Health 

Education 

Bojorquez, Anne Badria 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Spanish 

Bojorquez, April Hope 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Watching Kids, Volunteering In 

Schools And Daycare 



Bojorquez, Fausto F 

(Glendale, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Bojorquez, Sahara I 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Nursing 
Bojorquez, Xiomara 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 
Boland, Alissa K. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Communication 
Solas, Raven 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Plant Sciences 
Bolasky, Kathryn R. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 
Bolchalk, Anne A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Sociology 
Boldin, Jessica Jean 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Microbiology 
Bolding, Stephan F 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Boldt, Joseph M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Studio Art 
Boler, Geoffrey S 
(Costa Mesa, CA) 
Junior, Marketing 
Boles, Erin N. 
(Springdale, AR) 
Sophomore, History, : Physics 
Resident Assistant 
Boles, Matthew Patrick 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Boley, Paul A 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Astronomy. Physics 
Bolin, Michelle Marie 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Senior, Elementary Education 
Boling, Jayme Danielle 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Bolitho, Rebecca Ann 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior Nursing 
Boll, Oebra L 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Nursing 
Bollinger, Jenna M. 
(Tempe, AZ) 
Junior, Nursing 
Bollman, Eric Thomas 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Civil Engineering 
Bollt, Alex J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Bollum, Daniel Steven 
(New Brighton, MN) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Beta Theta Pi 
Bolognini, Rose Anne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre- 
Communication 
Boltz, Matthew F. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Bolz, Carlhey Celia 
(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 
Bommer, Amanda R. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Bonar, Tyler J. 
(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Bonbrake, Abbigayle 
Kathleen 
(Ft. Wayne, IN) 
Sophomore, Studio Art 
Photo, Soccer 



Bond, Courtney Alexandra 

(Walnut Creek, CA) 
Sophomore, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Bond, Elizabeth Danielle 
(Stafford, VA) 
Sophomore, Geosciences 
Bond, Jared Isaiah 
(Oracle, AZ) 
Freshman, Music 
Bond, Kara Elizabeth 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior Animal Sciences 
Bond, Leilani 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Bond, Melissa Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Bond, Rachelle E 
(Clermont, FL) 
Senior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Bond, Ryan Jay 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Bond, Stephanie N 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Freshman, No Major Selected 
Bond, Victoria Diane 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Special Education & 
Rehab 

Bondeson, Jill N 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 
Bonds, Jennifer Lea 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, French 
Bonds, Rebecca Anne 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 
Bondzio, Jason John 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Bonelli, Christopher Bryan 
(Greer, SC) 

Senior, Regional Development 
Bonetti, Bryan C. 
(San Ramon, CA) 
Senior, Economics 
Boney, Courtney Suzanne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Bonham, Kathleen A 
(Alamo, CA) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Bonllla, Cassandra A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Geosciences 
Bonillas, Cristina 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 
Molecular And Cellular 
Biology 

Vocal Performance, Softball., 
Hispanic Business Student 
Association & Juntos, Society 
Of Hispanic Professional 
Engineers 

Bonillas, Joshua Elijah 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Bonistalli, Annealise 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre- 
Communication 
Bonneau, Kim Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Bonner, Alison M 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Junior Sociology 
Bonner, Jasmine Denise 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Bonnifield, Craig P. 
(Alameda, CA) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 



Bono, Corey Jayne 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bonser, Richard Neal 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Bonsky, David Arthur 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art Education 

Bonura, Damian Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Booen, Kyle Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bool, Jennifer Michelle 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Boomer, Monica Leigh 

(Apache Junction, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Boone, Erin Elizabeth 

(Many LA) 

Senior. General Biology 

Boone, Lydell P 

(Kaibeto, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Boorse, Jacqueline Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior Physiological Sciences 

Hospital Volunteer, Church 

Bell Choir 

Boos, Daniela Alicia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Art History 

Boos, Garret Isidro 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Booth, Andrew Michael 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Engineering 

Booth, Bryan E. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Theta Tau 

Booth, Courtney Lynne 

(Danville, CA) 

Senior, Animal Sciences, 

General Business 

Administration 

Alpha Phi 

Booth, Czara Celina 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Booth, John Sawyer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Booth, Timothy D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Boothe, Bradley David 

(Arlington. OH) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Wildcat Off-Road, Wildcat 

Veterans Organization 

Boothe, Ryan H. 

(Chandler. AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, Pre- 

Law- 

Kappa Sigma, Pledge Trainer 

At Kappa Sigma, 

Ryan, we are so proud of you. 

Best of luck in the future in all 

tfiat you do. Love, Mom and 

Dad 

Borboa, Lizette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Health Education 

Borbon, Ivan Alonso 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics, Spanish 

Conservation Biology 

Internship 

Bordelon, Samantha T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 



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Borden, Alison Paige 

(Calabassas, CA) 

Junior, No Selected 

Bording, Michelle A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Bordowitz, Nichole L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freslnman, Veterinary Science 

Reading, Writing, Music, 

Arizona Blue Chip Program 

Borel, Timothy David 

(Yorba Linda, CA) 

Freshman, History, Politicai 

Science 

Borg, Kristen Elyse 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Pride Of Arizona, Tau Beta 

Sigma 

Borgida, Amanda Karl 

(Rancho Palos, CA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Boring, Vanessa L 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Dance 

Boritas, Maria Agnes 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Bernstein, Valeria R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Boros, Meghan C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Borota, Stephen Andrew 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Borrego, Shelley Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Borrel, Michael J 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Pi Kappa Phi, Football, 

Basketball, Softball, Ultimate 

Frisbee, Volleyball 

Borst, Nicholas Stephen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Economics 

Borsul<, Jennifer M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bortolotti, Jaime Erin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bortolotti, Lauren A 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology Poiiticai 

Science 

Sigma Kappa, University Of 

Arizona Young Democrats 

Boruch, Joanna Lee 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Boruff, Kristen M. 

(Page, AZ) 

Senior, Speech & Heahng 

Sciences, Special Education 

Borunda, Patricit Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Linguistics 

Borzatta, Elisa Nora 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Borzatta, Sara Michele 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Borzicl<, Lee Micheal 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Bos, Russell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Bos, Sara Marie 

(Gold Canyon, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Bosch, Robert Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 



Boschma, Laura Lea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Bosco, James Raymond 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Bosen, Emily B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Boser, Melissa S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chminal Justice 

Boshes, Katherine Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Boskovich, Cassandra A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Bosshardt, Sean Richard 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Bossi, Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bostic, Sherrie Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Bosworth, Daniel J 

(West Orange, NJ) 

Senior, Finance 

Bosworth, Jeremy William 

(Thousand Oal<s, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Bosworth, Lauren Nicole 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Boteilo, Ana L 

(Giendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Spanish 

Arizona Blue Chip 

Botha, Naomi Mubil<a 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Botha, Tikwiza 

(Kitwe) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Music, Basketball, Volleyball, 

Soccer 

Bothman, Michael D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Bothwick, Melissa Jeanne 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Botkin, Jeffrey Elias 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Botkin, Matthew J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Botsford, Christian Ahira 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bott, Jenna E. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Bottcher, Jason Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Bouchard, Danielle Monique 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Bouchard, Dianne Alice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Social Studies 

Bouchard, Eric John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Boucher, Anthony David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Bouck, Sharon Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Boudreaux, Adam Jameson 

(Anaheim, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development, Poiiticai Science 

Sigma Pi 



Bouffard, Samuel L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Campus Crusade 

Boukarroum, Yomna S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Boukli-hacene, Marouan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Bouiais, Scott Randall 

(Giendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Boulay, Maryline F 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, 

French 

Bouie, Blaine K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems 

Bouman, Steven C. 

(San Diego, CA) 

Junior, Environmental & Water 

Res 

Boumis, Robert J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Microbiology 

Bourassa, Alicia Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Bourassa, Eric James 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Bourguet, Brett R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Astronomy 

Bourland, Adam J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Bourne, Abigail Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Bourne, Andrew K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineehng 

Bourne, Christina Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Bourne, Kimberly L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics, 

Mathematics 

Motorcycles 

Bourque, Jesse A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Bousquet, Nicole Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Criminal Justice, 

Public Management 

Boutin, Kevin M 

(Scotts Valley CA) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Bouvet, Bours Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Industiral 

Engineering 

Bovee, Blake Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Bovee, Mattieu J 

(Lake Havasu City AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Bowden, Jeseka Dyann 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bowden, Lacey Jaye 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Sigma Kappa, Shopping, 

Working Out 

Bowden, Meredith A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 



Bowdren, Matthew William 

(Longbranch, NJ) 
Freshman, Theatre Arts 
Bowen, Angela Jenine 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Animal Sciences 
Bowen, Joshua Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Bowen, Paige B 
(Los Angeles, CA) 
Sophomore, Retailing & 
Consumer Science 
Bowen, Pamela Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 
Bower, Brooke Suzanne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Bower, Sarah Dianne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Marketing 
Bowerman, Daniel L 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Civil Engineehng 
Bowers, Brian Anderson 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Bowers, Bryan Thomas 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Systems 
Engineering 
Bowers, Joseph R. 
(Kemmerer, WY) 
Senior, Physics 
Bowers, Stephanie K. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science, 
Spanish 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Bowler, Jason S 
(Tulsa, OK) 
Senior, Classics 
Bowies, Brien Combs 
(Fountain Hill, AZ) 
Senior, Elementary Education 
Bowling, Whitney Albin 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Sophomore, Electrical 
Engineehng 

Bowlsby, Rachel Kathleen 
(Solon, lA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Bowman, Bobbi Jo 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Freshman, Undecided 
Volleyball, Going To The 
Movies... 

Bowman, Christopher 
Grayson 

(Rancho Santa, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Bowman, Elisabeth Tyler 
(San Diego, CA) 
Sophomore, No Selected 
Bowman, Joseph D 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Bowman, Meredith 
Roadarmel 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Senior, Creative Writing, 
Psychology 

Your strength and courage can 
make your dreams come true. 
May love and happiness 
always surround you. 
Bowman, Rachelle C 
(Goodyear, AZ) 
Senior, Sociology 
Bowman, Rebecca Jane 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Bowness, Kristen Ashley 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Freshman, Retailing & 
Consumer Science 
Tennis, Arizona Women's Ice 
Hockey 

Boyan, Patrick Seth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, No Major Selected 



Boyce, Karn Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Wildlife 
Boyd, Ashley A. 
(Giendale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication, Political 
Science 

Boyd, Caitiin Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 
Boyd, Chris Jay 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Mathematics 
Boyd, Jacqueline M. 
(Overland Park, KS) 
Sophomore, Pre-Education 
UA Cheerleading 
Boyd, Jason L 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Materials Science 
& Engineering, Electrical 
Engineering 

Boyd, Johanna Ashley 
(Fountain Hills, AZ) 
Sophomore, English, Pre-Law 
Chi Omega, Playing Tennis, 
Snowboarding, English Club!!! 
Boyd, Loren Ashley 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Studio Art 
Boyd, Savannah 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Boyer, Blake Christian 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Freshman, No Selected 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Boyer, Bradley Robert 
(Camahilo, CA) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Boyer, Dion Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Health Education 
Boyer, Opal Pauline 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 
Boykan, Sara Beth 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Boykin, Allison Mae 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 

Boykin, Deirdra Charmayne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Boykin, Hillary J 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Boykin, Lantisha R. 
(Cheverly MD) 
Junior, Psychology Family 
Studies 

Boykin, Mandi M. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Ecology 
Boylan, Deirdre A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, No Selected 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Boyle, Katherine Florence 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 
Boyle, Marcus C 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Boynton, Colin P. 
(Schofield, Wl) 
Senior, History Psychology- 
Kappa Alpha, Marine Corps 
Reserve Officer Training 
Corps, Semper Fi Club, 
Account Executive For Arizona 
Daily Wildcat 

Boysen, Nicoiai Christian 
Conrad 
(Auburn, WA) 
Freshman, University College 



Boyum, Daniel Arnold 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Religious Studies 
Bozzi, Bryan Vincent 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 
Bozzo, Peter J 
(Salinas, CA) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Braaten, Eric Thomas 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Braband, Katie M. 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Bracamonte, Katherine Jane 
(Palm Desert, CA) 
Senior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science 

Bracamonte, Nicholas F 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Accounting 
Bracamonte, Ricardo 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 
Brace, Courtney A. 
(Columbus, OH) 
Senior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science 

Brace, Samuel Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Journalism 
Brack, Scott D 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mechanical 
Engineering 

Bracken, Stephanie Frances 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Bracken, Tiffany Lynn 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Theatre Arts 
Brackney, Sara M. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Junior, Communication 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Bradbury, Paul Edward Grey 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 
Braden, Andrew Ellsworth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Journalism 
Bradford, Dominique 
Gabriele 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 
National Society Of Collegiate 
Scholars, University Of 
Arizona Symphonic Band, 
Pre-Pharmacy Club 
Bradford, Gail M. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 
Bradford, John Charles 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 
Bradford, Steven Edward 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Bradford, Tara Rae 
(Midland, TX) 
Junior, Pre-Nursing 
Delta Delta Delta, RA.I.N.. - 
Pre-Nursing Club 
Bradley, Aspen Leigh 
(Peoria, AZ) 
Junior, General Biology 
Bradley, Daniel P 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Engineering 
Management 
Bradley, Diane E 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Physical 
Science, Spanish 
Softball, 4wheeling, 
Snowboarding 



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Bradley, Eric Robert 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Pride Of Arizona 

Bradley, Jenna A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Bradley, Ky Nathaniel 

(Payson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bradley, Lauren Ashley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Bradley, Patrick J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Bradshaw, Cooper James 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Bradshaw, Patricia Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Social Studies 

Bradshaw, Scott G. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical & 

Computer Engineeri 

Brady, Andrea Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Brady, Caroline Frances 

(Mclean, VA) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Brady, Chelsea Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Brady, Kathleen Elizabeth 

(Royal Palm Beach, FL) 

Junior, Political Science 

Brady, Kevin Nicholas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History, Religious 

Studies 

Brady, Kirby Alexandra 

(Lal<eside, CA) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Brady, Stacey N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Brady, Teara Amber 

(Coolidge, AZ) 

Junior, Chemistry, Pharmacy 

Gamma Alpha Omega 

Braeseker, Shanna Janette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Health Education 

Brafford, Vincent Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Bragau, Roberth O 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bragman, Jennifer Gayle 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Judaic Studies 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Brailey, Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Filmmaking 

BrambI, Wells Jared 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Bramblett, Briana Cope 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bramhall, Desiree Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Environmental Science 

Branam, Amanda Jeanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Branaum, Julia M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, University College, 

Spanish 



Brancaccio, Sara Jane 

(Amityville, NY) 
Senior, Theatre Arts 
Education, English And 
Creative Writing 
Alternative Breaks, Camp 
Wildcat 

Brancato, Jennifer H 
(Ithaca, NY) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering, 
Math 

Branch, Thomas Cole 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Physics 
Branchaw, Sherrylyn E. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mathematics 
Brand, Aaron Tylor 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Philosophy 
Brand, Emily Elise 
(Sublimity, OR) 
Senior, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Brand, Jordyn 
(Fallbrook, CA) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences, 
Business 

Brandenburg, Juan Carlos 
(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering, 
Electrical Engineering/comput- 
er Science 

Anything To Do With The 
Computer Field, Solar Car 
Club, Shpe, Basket Ball, 
Computer Workshops, Social 
And Cultural Activities 
Brandes, Ashley Lynn 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Brandes, William Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Brandis, Naomi J, 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Brandon, Michelle C 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 

Brandon, Rebekka Sarah 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Brandon, Ryan Stephen 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Pharmacy, 
Chemistry 

Brandon, Tanya Sue 
(Avondale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Brandt, Dustin M 
(Pine, AZ) 
Senior, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Brandt, Henry Palmer 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Business 
Management, Finance 
Brandt, Katie Landa 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Education 
Brandt, Kris Charles 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering Physics, 
Spanish 

Brandt, Michael P. 
(Cincinnati, OH) 
Sophomore, Environmental 
Science, Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta 
Brandt, Temre Helise 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Brannan, Austin David 
(Thousand Oaks, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Brannon, Erin C 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Wildlife 



Branscum, Jeffrey Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Systems 

Engineering 

Bransfield, Meredith Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Bransky, Max Peter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Branstrom, Kristi Leigh 

(Elk Grove, IL) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Brar, Bhupinder Singh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Brase, Matthew Jon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Braselton, Rebekah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bratcher, Kevin N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Brathwaite, Ashley Leonora 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Brauchli, Holly D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Philosophy, 

Classics 

Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law 

Fraternity Eta Sigma Phi 

Brauer, Anna Helise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brauer, Sarah Noel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Braught, Kimberlee Pride 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Braun, Andrew Charles 

(Northbrook, IL) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development, Business 

Braun, Clare E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Braun, Sandra Sue 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 

Braunhut, Beth 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Braunhut, Sarah J 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Bravo, Elena Francesca 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Natural Sciences 

Sigma Kappa, Part Of Blue 

Chip 

Brawn, Virginia Jean 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Braxton, Makoto P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics 

Bray, Christie A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Bray, Jenna Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Bray, Jennifer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Bray, Patrick Allan 

(Laveen, AZ) 

Junior, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Brazier, Brian Jacob 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Brazil, Christopher Jeremy 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Brazil, Courtney 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 



Brazill, Rachael Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Brearcliffe, Mary Norine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Brearley, Tyler Stuart 

(Rockford, IL) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Breckenfeld, Gloria Jeanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Breckenridge, Jacob 

Durham 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mathematics 

Bredeck, Sherry Ann 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Breedlove, Rita Ann 

(Marana, AZ) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Breedwell, Richard W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Breen, Bresee Leigh 

(Oiympia, WA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Breen, Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 

Breen, Sarah E. 

(Signal Mtn, TN) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Brees, Katye E 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Junior, Music 

Breines, Renee T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Breininger, Elizabeth Ann 

(Wyomissing, PA) 

Freshman, Pre-Education, 

Sign Language 

Snowboarding 

Brekke, Matthew Turner 

(Des Moines, lA) 

Sophomore, Dance 

Brekke, Rachel S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brelsford, Daniel Travis 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Brelsford, Joshua Wayne 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Brelsford, Rachel Elizabeth 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Bremekamp, Matthew 

Robert 

(Atlantic High, NJ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Bren, Austin A 

(Goodyear, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Brenden, Anne Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brenden, Ashley M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Ecology & Evol 

Biology, German 

Brendle, Caryl Marie 

(Bisbee, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Brener, Daniel 

(Chula Vista, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Brennan, Jane Frances 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Brennan, Kristen 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Brennan, Leslie Ann 

(Minneapolis, MN) 

Junior, Journalism, 

Psychology 



Brennan, Thomas Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Brenneman, Erin Vonne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geosciences 

Brenneman, Geniece Anne 

(Huachuca City AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Brenner, Adam James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Brenner, Brittany Ann 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Brenner, Jessica Lee 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Brenner, Ryan B. 

(San Carlos, CA) 

Senior, Communication 

Brent, Jeffrey D 

(Longmont, CO) 

Junior, Communication 

Brenza, Sara Jean 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Bresciani, Marchelo James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Bresee, Jared Robert 

(Coolidge, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Breslauer, Corl Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Breslin, Matthew D 

(Piano, TX) 

Senior, Communication 

Breslow, Danielle Rhe 

(Lincoln, NE) 

Senior, Psychology, French 

Skiing, Exercising, Hiking, 

Reading 

Congratulations, your family is 

so proud of you Danielle, and 

we love you. Love Mom. Dad, 

Laura 

Breslow, Matthew B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bressmer, Jessica Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Geosciences 

Bressmer, Kacle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Brestel, Ryan Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 

Breton, Jessica Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Brew, Elizabeth A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Brew, Jennifer E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Music, Opera 

Brewer, Aaryn Sybil 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Brewer, Brandon C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Brewer, Christopher 

Mckelvey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Brewer, Dawn Renee 

(Bisbee, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Brewer, Derek Samuel 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Kappa Sigma 

Brewer, Heather Kathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 



Brewer, Johanna Ella 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Linguistics 

Brewer, Joseph Getullo 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Brewer, Katrina L. 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Brewer, Kimberly A. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brewer, L. Allison 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, Sociology 

Cloud/sunset Photography 

Camping, Off-Reading, 

Swimming, Anything Outdoors 

Brewer, Lucas H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Management 

Brewer, Russell Vincent 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Undecided 

Brewer, Travis John 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Communication 

Brewster, Mark William 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physics, 

Mathematics 

Music, Math, Physics 

Brewster, Nettie Arlene 

(Tampa, FL) 

Junior, Education 

Arts And Crafts, Crotchet, 

Brewton, Anasazi Aziza 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Brice-Heames, Elizabeth 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art, Art 

History 

Brichetto, Tara Leanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing, 

Spanish 

Brick, Hallie Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Brickey, Christe Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Brickley, Sara Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Briddle, Jeremy E. 

(Lake Elsinore, CA) 

Junior, Media Arts, Computer 

Sciences 

Computers, Watching Movies 

Bridgeforth, Alexander 

Julian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bridgers, Joshua S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bridges, Charles Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, East Asian 

Studies 

Bridges, Faith Franklin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Bridges, John F. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Bridges, Leslie Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bridges, Nichelle Elizabeth 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bried, Hollie Elizabeth 

(Poway CA) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 



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Briel, Erika Lieschen 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Chi Omega, U Of A Club 

Volleyball Team 

Brielmaier, Bret M 

(Mankato, MN) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Basketball 

Briggs, Jerome Nathan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Brigham, Karen Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Public Management & 

Policy 

Bright, lUegan A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology, 

Chemistry 

Bright, Nancy Lynn 

(Green Valley AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Bright, Sarah Lynn 

(Arvada, CO) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Brigode, Megan Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Briies, Krista Lee 

{Lal<e Havasu City AZ) 

Sophomore, Linguistics, 

Spanish 

Briiey, Christen H 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Briii, Darren 

(Encino, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brims, Christopher Lee 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Briney, Kristen Ann 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Softball, Photography 

Dancing, RHA Hall Council 

Brinl(, Kelly S 

(Fountain Hill, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Brinker, Caitlin M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 

Brinkerhoff, Alisa Ann 

(Vail, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Brinkerhoff, Darrin E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Brinkerhoff, Kaeiy 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing, 

Spanish 

Brinkley, Austin Nikole 

(Ft. Leavenworth, KS) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Chemistry 

Theta Nu Xi 

Brinkley, Brian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Religious Studies 

Brinkman, Jeremiah David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Brinkmoeller, Jordan IVI. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing, 

English, Spanish 

Brinks, Anna Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Brinley, Corrie Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, 

Philosophy 

Psi Chi Honor Society 

Brisbin, Lyndsey Jo 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Administration 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Brischke, Andrew S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Brisco, Aaron Joseph 

(Bullhead City, AZ) 

Sophomore, Undecided, 

Music 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Music 

Brissette-tilley, Blake Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Brito, Marco Antonio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Britt, Abrey Jonte 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology Pre- 

Health 

Brittain, Brad R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Britten, Jamie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Brocious, Ariana L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Latin American 

Studies, Spanish 

Cliffhangers 

Brock, Amanda Marie 

(Chadds Ford, PA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing, 

Spanish 

Alpha Phi, Friends, Family, 

Travel, Philadelphia Eagles!!, 

PA. I.N.., Intramural Soccer, 

Youth Against Cancer 

Brock, Christopher Stuart 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Brock, David A. 

(Fort Walton Beach, FL) 

Senior, Political Science, 

History 

Parachuting, Flying, Pi Sigma 

Alpha 

Brock, Keith Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Unmanned Systems, Aerial 

Robotics, AIAA 

Brock, Shanna Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Brockert, Daniel Lewis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Brockman, Brian Robert 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brockman, Matthew Louis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Broder, Cameron 

(Pearce, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brodie, Andrea M. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Judaic Studies, Pre-Law 

Brodie, Courtney Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Brodie, Dana C. 

(Beaverton, OR) 

Junior, Geosciences 

Brodie, Mark Steven 

(Beaverton, OR) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

AF ROTC 

Brodie, Rachel N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Brody, Jessica Lauren 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Women's Studies 

Broersma, Brittanie M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mathematics 

UA Mathcats 



Brokaw, Andrea Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Brokaw, William R. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Brokenshire, Arthur M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agriculture 

Broksas, Kristin Eve 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Bromley, Holly K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Science Education 

Phi Alpha Sigma 

Brommer, Matthew Stephen 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Economics, 

Business 

Bronars, Jennifer Rachael 

(Geneva, IL) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Bronnimann, Aron A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Bronson, Crystal Mia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bronte, John James 

(Tiburon, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brookbank, David Lynn 

(San Jose, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

University Of Arizona Water 

Polo 

Brooke, Kimberley Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Brooke, Phillip James 

(Buckeye, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Weight Training And Hunting 

Brookover, Ryan Caiden 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Linguistics 

Brooks, Darrell L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Brooks, Gael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, French 

Brooks, Henry Phelps 

(Cheraw, SC) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, Law 

Kappa Sigma, Football, 

Tennis, Golf, Surfing 

Brooks, Jamie Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Nursing 

Brooks, Kelley Colleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Brooks, Matthew Harris 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Brooks, Mckenzie Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Brooks, Melinda Dawn 

(Springfield, IL) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Brooks, Melissa I. 

(Eden Prairie, MN) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brooks, Shaun P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 

Brooks, Travis Elliot 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Broota, Poonam M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Brosh, Whitney Susan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brosig, Christopher Glenn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 



Brosious, Emily Gray 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 
Brosova, Margarita A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Studio Art 
Brosseit, Collyn Colby 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior, No Major Selected 
Brost, Marti Renee 
(Casa Grande, AZ) 
Junior, Animal Sciences 
Broughton, Anna Marie 
(Yuma, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Browder, Lauren Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre- 
Communication 
Brower, Emily Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, East Asian Studies 
Brower, Jeremie D. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Brower, Vanessa Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Media Arts 
Brown, Aleasha Patrice 
(Seattle, WA) 

Freshman, Sociology Pre-Law 
Brown, Alexandra Annique 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology Criminal 
Justice 

Brown, Amanda Gayle 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 
Brown, Amanda 
(Woodcliff Lak, NJ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Education 
Brown, Angela Marie 
(Huachuca City AZ) 
Junior, Elementary Education 
Brown, Austin Mack 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Media Arts 
Brown, Bennie C, Jr. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology Athletic 
Coaching 
Football 

Brown, Brandon M 
(Boise, ID) 

Senior, Social Studies 
Brown, Brenda Sue 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Social Studies 
Brown, Bridget A. 
(Wichita, KS) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science, Business 
Administration 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Fashion, Pan-Hellenic 
Delegate, Recruitment 
Counselor, Hoop, For Hope 
Philanthropy Benefiting The 
Giving Tree 
Brown, Calice 
(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Brown, Candice E 
(Austin, TX) 

Junior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Delta Gamma 
Brown, Carlen Jessica 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Nursing 
Brown, Chanda Denea 
(Pima, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Brown, Coibi G. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Ecology 
Brown, Crystal N. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science, 
Journalism 



Brown, Daniel Sturtevant 

(Colonia, NJ) 

Senior, Philosophy Political 
Science 

Brown, David Bruce 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Brown, David Daniel 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Pre-Business 
Brown, David Edward 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Argi Economics & 
Management 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Brown, David Hudson 
(Los Angeles, CA) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 
Brown, Debra S 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Brown, Devon Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 
Brown, Elizabeth Downey 
(Galveston, TX) 
Junior. Pre-Nursing 
Brown, Ellery Philip 
(Seattle, WA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 
U Of A Football 
Brown, Emilee C 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 
Hospice Volunteer 
Brown, Emily Louise 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Brown, Eric M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Brown, Gabrielle 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics, Spanish 
Youth Against Cancer 
Brown, Genevieve L. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Brown, Halley Joanna 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Brown, Hayley A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Chemical 
Engineehng 

Brown, Jasmine Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Brown, Jason Paul 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Studio Art 
Brown, Jennifer N 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 
Brown, Jerrod Eugene 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Physics 
Brown, Jessica E. 
(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology, Spanish 
Brown, Jessica L 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, No Selected 
Sigma Kappa 
Brown, Jonathan Devitt 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Kappa Alpha, Working Out, 
Dancing, Movies, Skiing, Golf, 
Kappa Alpha Order 
Brown, Jordan Cassidy 
(Vacaville, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Brown, Joseph A 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 



Brown, Julia Roberts 

(Chicago, IL) 
Junior, Psychology 
Running, Hiking, Family Time 
Brown, Katherine Ann 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Freshman, No Major Selected 
Brown, Katherine 
(Yorba Linda, CA) 
Senior, Finance 
Brown, Kelsey Erin 
(Glendale, CA) 
Freshman, Pre-Education 
Brown, Kevin A 
(Metairle, LA) 
Junior, Communication 
Brown, Kevin Edward 
(Tempe, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Brown, Kimberly Joanne 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 
Brown, Krista L 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Finance 
Brown, L Mahon 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Theatre Arts 
Brown, Latasha Marie 
(Portland, OR) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication, Africana 
Studies 

JWR, MSR, Ahzona 
Ambassadors, NSBE, Inroads 
Scholar, Dex Fraternity 
Brown, Lauren Payne 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior, Speech & Hearing 
Sciences, Family Studies 
Gamma Phi Beta, Project 
Shine, ASHA, Big Brothers 
Big Sisters 
Brown, Lindsay A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chminal Justice 
Brown, Lucy Beatrice 
(Pasadena, CA) 
Freshman, Astronomy 
Brown, Luke E. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, History 
Brown, Lyndsay 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Theatre Arts 
Brown, Maloree M. 
(N Scituate, Rl) 
Sophomore, Studio Art 
Brown, Mark P.W. 
(Marana, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 
Brown, Mary Patricia 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 
Brown, Matthew Taggart 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Finance 
Brown, Megan T 
(Vail, AZ) 
Senior, Nursing 
Brown, Melanie R 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 
Brown, Michael Edward 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agri & Biosystems 
Engineehng 

Nanotechnology, Biomedical 
Engineehng, Snow Skiing 
Brown, Michael Ryan 
(Corvallis, OR) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Pi Kappa Phi, Soccer, Skiing, 
Music, Guitar 
Brown, Michele llene 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science, 
Spanish 
Fencing, Band, Music 



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Brown, Natalie Sue 

(Parker. AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Campus Crusade For Christ, 

Jacobs Cline Society 

Brown, Paul Alfred 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Anthropology 

Brown, Peter Jotin 

(Woodland, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brown, Philip N 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Brown, Rachel Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brown, Ricardo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brown, Richard Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geosciences 

Brown, Robert Vincent 

(tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Brown, Samuel Petersen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Brown, Sarah E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Public Health 

Brown, Skye Jordaun 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Brown, Stefanle Amber 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Muscial Theatre 

Musical Theatre, Encore! 

Brown, Stephanie A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brown, Steven Alex 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Brown, Teresa Lynn 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Brown, Thomas Mitchell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Brown, Thomas 

(Birmingham, Ml) 

Senior, Communication, 

Business And Spanish 

Brown, Tiffany M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Brown, Tish Elisabeth 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Brown, Tyler J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Brown, Tyson Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Brown, Walter Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brown, Weston Chad 

(Safford, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Hunting/Fishing, Texas 

Hold'em, Motor Sports 

Brown, Whitney Elizabeth 

(Houlton, ME) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Browne, Victoria Anne 

(Woodland Hill, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Brownell, Elizabeth S. 

(Ocean Point, ME) 

Junior, Art History French 

Study Abroad In France 

Brownfield, Bonnie Carleen 

(Elk River, MN) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 



Browning, Kamilah Nayo 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Special Education & 

Rehab, Deaf Studies With 

Emphasis In Educational 

Interpreting 

Browning, Logan Gayle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Brown-johnson, Lily 

Alexandra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Brownlee, Chris W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior. General Biology, 

Chemistry 

Brozina, Christopher Dean 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

Brubacher, Lauren Michelle 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Brubaker, Jessica Michelle 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Family & Consumer 

Science 

Dean's List, 

Bruce, Charles Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Bruce, John Walker 

(Raleigh, NC) 

Junior, Computer Science, 

Creative Writing 

Bruce, Lindsay Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Bruce, Mark Calvin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Bruce, Shannon Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bruck, Charles Jacob 

(Tampa, FL) 

Senior, Regional 

Development, Business 

Brueckner, Ashley R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Brueggeman, Scott Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Brueggemann, Chad 

Richard 

(Flower Mound, TX) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering, Mathematics 

Bruffett, Daniel Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bruggeman, Andrew J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Bruhn, Jacqueline A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Bruhn, Katherine L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bruhn, Michael C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Brumble, Angela A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Brume, Pamela Denise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Brumley, Kellen Duane 

(Farmington, MN) 

Senior, Accounting 

Brummett, Robert J. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Brun, Melissa M. 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 



Brunelle, Brie Ashley 

(Yarmouth, ME) 
Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Education 

Brunelle, Paul Alfred 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 
Brunen, Jason Taylor 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Bruner, Arwen Jasmine 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Brunette, Matthew Joseph 
(San Marino, CA) 
Freshman, No Major Selected 
Brunker, Justin Lee 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Regional Development 
Bruno, Ashley G. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Business 
Management 
Brusca, Jenna Lyn 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Nursing 
Bryan, Copeland J 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Bryan, Matthew Thomas 
(Peoria, IL) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Bryan, Michael Edward 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Bryan, Stephen James 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, History 
Bryan, Thomas Randall 
(Huntington Beach, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Bryant, Jason Wayne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Bryant, Jessica Lyn 
(Ft Mohave, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Bryant, Zachary 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Theatre Production 
Bryce, Andrew W. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Bryce, Brandon J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agri & Biosystems 
Engineering 
Bryce, Cole Alan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Liberal Studies 
Bryce, Timothy Donald 
(St David, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 
Bryck, India Jane 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Nursing 
Brydle, Robert G. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mechanical 
Engineering 

BrzesclnskI, Nicole Eve- 
marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Studio Art 
Bub, Brian Laurence 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Bucaj, Merima 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Bucey, Natalie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Physics 
Buchan, Kristen C 
(Chino Hills, CA) 
Senior, Communication 
Buchanan, Allison Kristine 
(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology, 
Chemistry 



Buchanan, Blake A. 

(Orange, CA) 

Junior, Journalism 

Buchanan, Cody Arthur 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Buchanan, Jordan Darian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Buchanan, Melissa A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Alpha Phi 

Buchanan, Steve Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Bucher, Coralie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Bucheri, Jon R 

(Southlake, TX) 

Senior, Accounting 

Buchferer, Brett Evan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Buchholtz, Ryan Christian 

(Great Falls, VA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Buchik, Nathan S. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Buchmann, Melissa A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Geography 

Religious Studies 

Buchwald, Ashley Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Buchweitz, Allison Mary 

(Buffalo Grove, IL) 

Sophomore, Dance 

Buck, Morgen Danielle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Buck, Sean M 

(Goto De Caza, CA) 

Junior, Communication 

Buck, Wendy Suh 

(Temecula, CA) 

Junior, Psychology, Criminal 

Justice 

Psi Chi 

Buckelew, Amy K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 

Buckert, Jacqueline Starr 

(Danville, CA) 

Sophomore, Elementary 

Education 

Pi Beta Phi, Dean's List, 

LOST Art, Reading For 

Elementary 

Buckingham, Evan W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Buslness 

Buckle, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Pasadena, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Buckler, Joe Taylor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Ecology & Evol 

Biology 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Buckley, Graham David 

(Goto De Caza, CA) 

Junior, Media Arts, History 

Member Of The PI Kappa 

Alpha Fraternity 

Buckley, Rachel Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Buckman, Kelly 

(San Mateo, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Buckner, Brenda Jean 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Economics 



Buckwell, Caitlin S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Bucon, Jessica Robin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Budak, Natalie Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Budak, Sarah Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Buder, Erika J. 

(Balboa Island, CA) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Budhu, Amitraj KIshen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Phi Kappa Psi, Accounting, 

Basketball, Chillin' 

Budin, Jill Elizabeth 

(South Orange, NJ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Budinger, Timothy C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Budinoff, Whitney D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Budolfson, Angella Marie 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Art History 

Budzyn, Daniel Mark 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Bue, Rhett A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Buechter, Jocelyn Kathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Buehner, Garret Mark 

(Poway CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Waterpolo, Swimming 

Buehner, John Michael 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Campus Crusade For Christ, 

Water Polo, Swimming, 

Surfing 

Bueker, Gwen C. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Dance 

Buendia, Vanessa Maria 

(Carlsbad, NM) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bueno, Mark-gregory Yanez 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bueras, Carlos David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bueras, Jose L 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Economics, Art History 

Buerger, Jessica M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Buffano, Frank Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Buffington, Chad L. 

(Margarita, CA) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Buffington, Michael D. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art, 

Mathematics 

Kemp Radio DJ, Eclipse 

Member And Webmaster 

Buffoni, Benedetta 

(Fano, IT) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bughio, Sarah Ann 

(Marana, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Buhay, Jencine E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 



Buhay, Jordina E 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing, 

Communication, East Asian 

Studies: Japan 

Delta Chi Lambda 

Buhl, Trevor D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Buhler, Megan Kathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Buhrow, Athena M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, East Asian Studies 

Buhrow, Bradley 

Christopher 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Bui, Carrie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Desert Yearbook, Arizona 

Collegiate Leadership 

Conference, Asian American 

Student Coalition 

Bui, Kim A. 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Associated Students Of The 

UA (ASUA), Eller College 

Student Council, Chain Gang 

(Junior Honorary) 

Bui, MyllenThi 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior, Industiral Engineering 

Buillet, Rachel Alexandra 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Buslness 

Bukata, Kevin J 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Management 

Bularca, Brandusa Nicoleta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Bulgrin, Stephanie G 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, Junior 

Wildcat Recruiters, Hall 

Council, Soccer 

Bulisache, Costin D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Mathematics 

Pool 

Bulldis, Johna Samantha 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bullington, Chelsea Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bullington, Kelsey JIM 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Bullis, Jerry A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Industiral Engineering 

Bullock, Jeffrey Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Health 

Education 

Bullock, Kristin Michelle 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Bullock, Michelle Debra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Bultman, Amy Clare 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Bultman, Eric Mark 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bunch, Ashley A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 



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Bunch, Briana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Bunch, Chris E 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Automobiles, Outdoors, 

Electronics, Computers, 

Formula SAE 

Bune, Justine Oiivia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Bungard, Taylor 

(Vail, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Bunic, Mallory L 

(San Clemente, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bunker, Robert Charies 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pro-Computer Science 

Bunn, Spencer Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Bunting, John M. 

(Bernalillo, NM) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Buono, Kyle J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineenng 

Buppert, l\Aatthew B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Burbano De Lara, Leslee 

Michelle 

(Fort Collins, CO) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Burch, Heather N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Burch, Lindsey 

(The Woodlands, TX) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Burch, Richelle A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Burcham, Heather Rachel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Burchell, Ryan Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Theatre Arts 

Burchfield, Vivian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physiological Sciences 

Burckle, Jonathan Hayden 

(West Hills, CA) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Burd, Richard Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Near Eastern Studies 

Burden, Elizabeth E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Burdick, John W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Burdick, Stephanie Erin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Burdo, Jeffrey Albert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Burds, Tracy Lynn 

(Picacho, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Burdsall, Derek J. 

(Martinsville, IN) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Burg, Christopher Wayne 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Computer Science 

Burg, Joseph T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Burger, Lori C 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 



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Burger, Michelle V. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Burger, William Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agriculture 

Burger-Gohl, Erin 

(Washington, DC) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Burgess, Kory Lee 

(Bullhead City, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Burgess, Rhonda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Burgess, Timothy A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Burgoyne, Christina Marie 

(Annapolis, MD) 

Senior, Sociology, Theatre 

And Classics 

Sigma Kappa 

Burgstaler, Christina Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, No Major Selected 

Burhans, Theodore S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Systems Engineenng 

Burho, Jackie Farren 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, Family 

Studies & Human 

Development And Ecology & 

Evolutionary Biology 

Travel, Sports, And Outdoor 

Activities 

Burillo, Daniel Tomas 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Burk, Michael Austin 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts, Creative 

Writing 

Burke, Benjamin J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Burke, Daniel Thomas 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Burke, Hayden Michael 

(Carlsbad, CA) 

Junior, History 

Burke, Jessica B. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Burke, Matthew A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Burke, Maxwell Simon 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Freshman, Finance 

Burke, Megan A. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Aghculture 

Burke, Raymond Merle 

(Coto de Caza, CA) 

Sophomore, Business 

Management 

Burke, Seamus J 

(Bisbee, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Burke, Tyler S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Burkhart, Adam C. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Baseball, Camping, 

Chemistry, Environmentalism, 

Football, Hiking, Hockey, 

Mountain Climbing, 

Racquetball, Weightlifting 

Burkhart, Daniel J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Burkhart, Emily S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Burkhart, Patricia Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Social Studies 



Burkland, Kaia E. 

(Jackson, WY) 
Sophomore, Retailing & 
Consumer Science 
Buriacenco, Larisa 
(Brooklyn, NY) 
Sophomore, Accounting 
American Red Cross 
Volunteering, Ice Skating, 
Tennis 

Burleson, Leah Rae 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, English Extended 
Burnell, Holly Drew 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Theatre Arts 
Burner, Sarah Jane 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Burnett, Clark Robert 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Burnett, Simon A 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Burnham, Christopher J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 
Burnham, Laurel H. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Science Education, 
Microbiology 
Burno, Eric 
(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Education 

Burns, Andrew Ian 
(San Jose, CA) 
JUNIOR, History, Military 
History 

Golf, Motorcycles, Basketball 
Games 

We're so proud oi you Rao 
and happy that you're having 
a great time and you're malt- 
ing your own history. 
Burns, Jennifer Christine 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Future Teachers Club, Pi 
Lambda Theta 
We love you and wish you 
ALL the best in the future. 
Burns, Jessica Hilary 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Communication 
Burns, Jessica Kim 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Finance 
Burns, Kathleen R 
(Sahuarita, AZ) 
Junior, Engineenng 
Management 
Burns, Katie Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science 

Burns, Kendra Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Buslness 
Burns, Laura Marie 
(Sahuarita, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Burns, Molly Elizabeth 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 
Burns, Nathaniel Edward 
(Lafayette, CA) 

Senior, Communication, Media 
Arts 

Phi Gamma Delta 
Burns, Samantha Mariah 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Burns, Sarah Kathleen 
(Tuscon, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 
Burns, Saxon Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, Political 
Science 

Burns, Travis Ray 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Journalism 



Burns, William Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Burnside, Clint 
(Oak Springs, AZ) 
Senior, Microbiology, 
American Indian Studies, 
Chemistry 

Burnside, Savannah V. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Materials Science 
& Engineering 
Burr, Brandon Jeffrey 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Music, Performance 
Trumpet, Spanish , 
Mathematics 

Music, Education, Trumpet, 
AMEA, CMENC, Pep Band. 
University Of Arizona Wind 
Ensemble, Opening The 
Minds Through The Arts, 
Honors College 
Burr, Tanya M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Media Arts 
Anime, Comic Books, Art 
Burridge, Britton Paul 
(Cleveland, OH) 
Senior, Finance, Business 
Kappa Alpha Psi, Mt. West 
Volleyball Conf. So. 
Commissioner, Arizona Men's 
Volleyball Club, Sports Club 
Allocation Committee 
Your journey to adulthood - 
successful, rewarding S 
impressive. Our love & admira- 
tion. Mom & Dad 
Burris, Julie Anna 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, French 
Burritt, Patrick Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Wildlife 
Burrola, Natalie Lissette 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Burrola, Yvette 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, Family 
Studies And Human 
Development 
Burrows, Christian 
(Wayne, PA) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Burrows, Christopher David 
(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science, 
Chemistry 
Burrows, Jeffrey D 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Burrows, Trisha Breanne 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 
Burruel, Emily Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Burruel, James C 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Computer 
Engineering 

Burrus, Michelle Marie 
(St. Louis, MO) 
Senior, Speech & Hearing 
Sciences, Psychology 
Burrus, Shelby Wayne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior. Physics 
Burruss, Ashley S. 
(Cardiff, CA) 

Junior, Regional Development 
Bursey, Jessica J 
(Bullhead City, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business, Pre- 
Thematic Health 
Soccer, Movies, Music, 
Shopping! 

Burson, Michael James 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 



Burstein, Adam Samuel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Burt, Jennifer Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Burton, Amy Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

Accounting 

Burton, Chelsea A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Burton, Jessica Ruth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Spanish 

Burton, Kelli Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Criminal Justice 

Burton, Michael C. 

(Coolidge, AZ) 

Sophomore. General Biology 

Burton, Quentin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Burton, Walter L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Bus, Danielle E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. English Extended 

Busbee, Brandon Leigh 

(Mobile, AL) 

Senior, Economics 

Delta Delta Delta 

Busby, Laura A 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Busby, Savana 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Busch, Allison 

(Gold River, CA) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Busch, Samuel T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Buschmann, Kathryne 

Virginia 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Buser, Jessica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 

Bush, Alexis B. 

(Minnetonka, MN) 

Junior, Journalism, - 

Psychology 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Bush, John C. 

(Portal, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Bush, Laura C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Bush, Matthew Adam 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Elementary Education 

Bush, Meghan Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Bushee, Meggan Michelle 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics, Pre-Law 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Arizona 

Ambassadors, Phi Alpha Delta 

Pre-Law Fraternity, The 

Honors College 

Bushnell, Allan Curtiss, III 

(Danville, CA) 

Sophomore, Religious 

Studies, Psychology 

Campus Crusade, Golf, And 

Travel 

Bushong, Ginnie Catherine 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 



Busick, Christopher Hart 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Buske, Justyn Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Busser, Jolene G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics, 

Finance 

Bussey, Reed Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Bustamante, Cesar Antonio 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Bustamante, Elizabeth P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior. Nutritional Sciences, 

Chemistry 

Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa 

Omicron Nu, Nutrition Club, 

Leadershape 

Bustamante, George E 

(Stafford, VA) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Bustamante, Luis 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Bustamante, Rebeca 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bustamante, Sara M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Bustamante, Tatiana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Bustillos, Lus M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Bustos, Samuel Seth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Buswell, Jason R. 

(Carroll, lA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Mountain Hiking, Outdoor 

Activities, Working Out 

Butalla, Amy Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Butalla, Christine Elaine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Butcher, Timothy Justin 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Junior, Plant Sciences 

Buter, James Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Buter, Jonathan R 

(Scottsdale. AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, 

Philosophy 

Congratulations Jonathan! We 

are very proud of you. Love, 

tJlom, Dad, The Boys & Dogs 

Buterbaugh, Morgan 

Shardae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Buti, Nicole Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Marketing 

Butkus, Amy Elizabeth 

(Newburgh, IN) 

Sophomore. Dance 

Butkus, Stephanie C 

(Bridgeview, IL) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Management 

Butler, Amanda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Butler, Amy Kathryn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Butler, Brandon Lamar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemistry 



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Butler, Brandon Richard 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

junior. Political Science 

Butler, Brett Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Butler, Brittney L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Butler, Christina E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology German 

Studies 

Cultural Events, Flamenco 

Dancing, Foreign Films 

Butler, Elizabeth D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Language & Culture 

Butler, Emily 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Butler, Erica L. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Member Of Pre- Vet Club 

Butler, Ian Anthony 

(Bullhead City AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Butler, Kate 

(Boston, MA) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Butler, Kateland H, 

(Reno, NV) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Butler, Kyle Louis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Mathematics 

Butler, Leslie A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Butler, Rebekah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Music 

Butler, Ryan E 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Butler, Ryan Peter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Classics 

Butler, Stephanie Anne 

(Danville, CA) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Butterbrodt, Andrea Rita 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Butterbrodt, August Belden 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Buttermann, Daniel James 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Junior, Performance Clarinet 

Butters, Stephani Jean 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Deve! 

Buttery, Alexander Ross 

(Pebble Beach, CA) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab, Computer Science 

Programming 

Ambassador's For Christ, 

NRRH 

Butts, Sara lUlichelle 

(Cincinnatti, OH) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Butts, Sean K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Butvin, Dereic S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Buxbaum, Briana IVIachelle 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Buyum, Matthew David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering Physics 

Buzas, Katherine N 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Junior, Music 



Byai<unda,Twa|e Juvenal 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Bycei, lUatthew N 

(Tarzana, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Bycura, i\1iescha Kay 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Byer, Carrie E. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Byers, Patrick V 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Byram, Mary Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Linguistics 

Byrd, David C. 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Byrne, Deborah Leimomi 

(Honolulu, HI) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Basketball. Volleyball, 

Hawaiian Club 

Byrne, Emily A. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art, German 

Byrne, John Michael 

(Syracuse, NY) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

History 

Basketball, Football, Poker, 

Byrne, Robert Eric 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Byrnes, Christine Judith 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Byrnes, David John 

(Lagrange, IL) 

Senior, Agri & Biosystems 

Engineering 

Happiness 

Byroad, Ashley M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Caballero, Abraham G. 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Caballero, Christian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Caballero, Maria N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Systems Engineering 

Caballero, Monica Adriana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Caballeros, Ramcy S 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Cabin, Sean W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cabrera, Angelina Hope 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cabrera, Rachel Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Cabrera, Rosaria K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Cabulong, Justine Reyes 

(Avondale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts, 

Italian 

Alpha Phi Gamma, NROTC, 

Commuter Student Affairs 

Cabulong, Kristoffer Reyes 

(Avondale, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing, 

English 

Arizona Daily Wildcat, 

Wildcats For Christ, Arizona 

Student Union Operations 



Cacho, Maria Dei Carmen 

(Oxnard, CA) 
Sophomore, Physics, 
Astronomy 
Cadel, Karii Leah 
(San Diego, CA) 
Freshman, Theatre Arts 
Cadena, Jonathan 
(Sahuarita, AZ) 
Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineering 

Cadotte, Micaela Acosta 
(Moraga, CA) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Cady, Chelsea Marie 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Cady, Jennifer J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Classics 
Cady, Thomas Cade 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 
Caffarel, Stefanie Faith 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Education 

Caffey, Brianna Jae 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, English 
Caffey, Jacob Dale 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Cagie, Christoper Eric 
(El Dorado, AR) 
Sophomore, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Cagie, Kayci Nicole 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Accounting 
Cagie, Laura Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Accounting 
Cagie, Matthew T 
(Cochise, AZ) 
Freshman, Engineering 
Cahaiey, Gabrieiia Gabos 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

Church, Community Volunteer 
Work 

Cahiii, Daniel Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Astronomy 
Cahiii, Kevin William 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Cahiii, Shaun Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Cai, Xuemei 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 

Caiazzo, Jessica Fay 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Cain, Ashley Brien 
(Paradise Valley, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Cain, Haley E 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Nursing 
Cain, Jennifer Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Music 
Cain, Julianna Victoria 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 
Cain, Michael R 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 
Caine, Erika Marjorie 
(Glendale, AZ) 
Junior, Engineering 
Cairns, Gena Elise 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Marketing 
Pi Beta Phi 



Cairns, Leanne Belyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Engineering 
Management 
Pi Beta Phi 

Leanne, you are the joy of our 
lives! We are so proud of you. 
Love Dad, Mom, Stephanie 
and Gena XO 
Cairns, Mary Meggin 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Cairo, Jessica L 
(Long Grove, IL) 
Freshman, Mathematics, 
Dance - 
Sigma Kappa 
Caito, Johnny Charles 
(Anthem, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 
Cajigas, Claudia 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Nursing 
Calabria, Anthony Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Calder, Christina Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 
Rehab 

Calder, Kevin B 
(Orinda, CA) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Calderon, Esperanza 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Calderon, Geraldine Melissa 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 
Calderon, Justine Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Spanish 

Calderon, Karl P. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Mathematics, 
Computer Science 
Calderon, Melissa Jo 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Calderon, Yizza 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Spanish 

Calderwood, Eric A. 
(Merrimac, MA) 
Senior, Communication 
Calderwood, Jessica 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Caldwell, Claire M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Communication 
Caldwell, Craig E 
(R.H.E., CA) 
Junior, Economics 
Caldwell, Holyce Macfarlane 
(La Verne, CA) 
Sophomore, Regional 
Development 
Caldwell, Jason Lee 
(Leaw/ood, KS) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Caldwell, Jimmy Lee 
(Marana, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Caldwell, Leslie A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Microbiology Pre- 
Business 

Caldwell, Stephanie 
Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Caldwell, Tracy M. 
(Rancho Palos Verdes, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Calello, Frank Anthony 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Journalism 



Caley, Lauren Nicole 

(Long Beach, CA) 
Freshman, Art History 
Business Management 
Chi Omega, Dance 
Calhoon, Christie 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science 

Calhoun, Jeffrey A. 
(Poway, CA) 
Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineering 

Calhoun, Sarah Renee 
(Sonoita, AZ) 
Junior, Agri Tech Mgmt & 
Educ 

Call, Anthony P 
(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Economics, Spanish 
Call, Joseph Victor 
(Mesa, AZ) 
Sophomore, Regional 
Development 

Caligiuri, Caterina Angelina 
(Santa Barbara, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Calihan, Molly Kathryn 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Communication 
Calihan, Patrick Price 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Finance 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Calilung, Christopher 
(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art, 
Creative Writing 
Kemp Student Radio 
Calio, Jason M. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Wildlife 
Calkins, Clifford J. 
(Casa Grande, AZ) 
Senior, Marketing 
Callaghan, Justin T 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Callahan, Amy Lee 
(Mesa, AZ) 
Junior, Nursing 
Callahan, Bonnie Michelle 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Anthropology 
Callahan, Connie Marie 
,(TiiqBOh,.AZ) 
Junior, No Major Selected 
Callahan, Maudree Jeanese 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Religious Studies 
Callahan, Melissa Lynn 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Music 
Callan, Kristina D. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Pi Beta Phi, Delta Sigma Pi 
Calland, Laurie Anne 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology English 
Callaway, Joseph Charles 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Aerospace 
Engineering 

Callaway, Kristen Nichole 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Education 
Callaway, Lea Ann 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Creative Writing 
Callender, Cameron 
Clemmel 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice, 
Pre Law 
Football 

Callicotte, Victoria Bernice 
(Clifton, AZ) 
Senior, Microbiology, 
Chemistry 



Callihan, Stephanie Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Arizona Wildcat Off-road Club 

Callinan, Adam Michael 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Callinan, Erin L. 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education, 

Special Education 

Alpha Phi 

Callipare, Dennis A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Calloway, Charles Andrew 

(Coolidge, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Calloway, Elissa Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Animal Sciences 

Calvert, Chad E. 

(Chatsworth, CA) 

Junior, History, Pre-Law 

Calvin, Heidi M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Classics 

Calvo, Christen Quenga 

(Talofofo, GU) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science. Mathematics 

Calvo, Jacquelyn Quenga 

(Tucson) 

Junior, Business Management 

Newman Center Liturgical 

Dancer, Piano, Soccer, 

Calza, Lisa Y 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Calzada, Angelica Maria 

(Surprise, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Camacho, Amy A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Camacho, Daniel 

(Cd. Juarez Mexico, CH) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology Chemistry 

Camacho, David Jesus 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering, 

BS. Chemistry 

Camacho, Georgina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Camacho, Robert Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Camardella, Erica A. 

(Santa Barbara, CA) 

Junior, Anthropology, 

Sociology 

Surfing, Wakeboarding, 

Snowboarding, Basketball, 

Volleyball, Flag Football, 

Ultimate Frisbee, Music 

Camarena, Carly Catherine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Camarena, Jose L. 

(Nogales, Sonora) 

Sophomore, Ecology & Evol 

Biology Spanish 

Science And Biology Playing 

Lots Of Sports! 

Camargo, Jackie Laiwah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Cambanes, Sarah B. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Linguistics 

Cambensy, Jacqueline R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Cambier, Justin G. 

(Salinas, CA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Camden, Sean Raymond 

(Anchorage, AK) 

Junior, Sociology Business 



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Camerer, Brook Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Cameron, Chris J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Cameron, Ian D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Cameron, Latonya Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cameron, Lisa L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Cameron, Ryan A 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Chemistry 

Cancer Research 

Cammarano, Angelica 

Cecilia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cammarata, James Samuel 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Senior, Industrial Engineering 

Camou, Holly Elizabeth 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Camozzi, Kimberly Jean 

(Burlingame, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Camp, Amanda A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Camp, Cara Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Camp, Frank H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Camp, Jonas Russell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Camp, Michael Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Campa, Palafox Edgar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Business Economics 

Campagna, Nicholas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Campas, Oscar Frank 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering, Mechanical 

Engineering 

President- U Of A Wrestling 

Club 

Campbell, Aisling C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Campbell, Andrew J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business 

Management, Art History 

Campbell, Ashley Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science, Spanish 

Campbell, Caitlyn M. 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Speech & 

Hearing Sciences 

Campbell, Cameron Dewain 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Campbell, Catherine Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Campbell, Charlotte Kent 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemistry 



Campbell, Chase Alan 

(Overland Park, KS) 

Sophomore, Geosciences 

Wildcats For Christ, Society 

Of Earth Science Students 

Campbell, Chris T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Materials Science & 

Engineering 

Campbell, Christopher Scott 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Campbell, Cristie Jo 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, Family 

Studies Human Development 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Campbell, David Hunter 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Campbell, Deborah Jeanne 

(Morristown, NJ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Campbell, Jake Cornell 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Campbell, James Elliott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Near Eastern 

Studies 

Campbell, Jay Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Campbell, Jennifer D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Campbell, Jermayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Campbell, Jessica C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Campbell, Jessica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Campbell, John Wayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Campbell, Jonathan A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Campbell, Jonathan M 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Campbell, Joshua Murl 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Campbell, Julia Ashley 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Education 

Junior Wildcat Recruiters 

Campbell, Kelly Lynne 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Campbell, Kevin Francis 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Campbell, Mallory Kristin 

(Los Altos, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Campbell, Mark B 

(Austin, TX) 

Senior, Communication 

Campbell, Matthew A 

(Chino Hills, CA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Campbell, Matthew David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Campbell, Megan Susannah 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Dance 

Campbell, Nicholas Alan 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 



Campbell, Robert Fredrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Campbell, Robert Stephen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Campbell, Ryan P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Dance, Music 

Campbell, Scott Andrew 

(Muddelein, IL) 

Junior, Marketing 

Campbell, Susan Beth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Campbell, Tiffany Priscila 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Campbell, Trisha Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Campbell, Zachary Taylor 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Campeau, Erin T 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Senior, Sociology 

Campillo, Adam Gabriel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Campillo, Francisco Rene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 

Campion, Amanda Mary 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Campista, Francisco 

Estevan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Camponovo, Jessica A. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Camponovo, Ryan Scott 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Campos, David F 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Campos, Dulce Guadalupe 

(Negates, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Campos, Eduardo 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Campos, Jason Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 

Campos, Jessica Jennifer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Campos, Maria G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Campos, Olga Angelica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Camras, Natalie Gail 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Camus, Jeanne-louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Can, Ngoc Vu MInh 

(Hanoi, Vietnam) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Swimming, Skiing, Sky-Diving 

Canales, Francisco Javier 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Canalez, Laura Avila 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Cancelli, Philip Rocco 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 



Cancio, Matthew Ross 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Candee, Kevin Noah 

(Edgewater, NJ) 

Senior, Communication 

Candela, Tyler A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Candelaria, David John 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Candelaria, Megan E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Candelaria, Patrick Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Candelaria, Stephanie L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemistry 

Candlish, Loran Richard 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Canedy, Melissa Megan 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Canelos, Gregorio Tomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Canessa, Eduardo 

(San Jose, Costa Rica) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems, Operations 

Management 

Music, Anime, Kamp, Phi Eta 

Sigma, Nscs, Refuge, Golden 

Key, Tass, MISA, HBSA 

Canestra, Daren J 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Canet, Mark J. 

(Green Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Canez, Vanessa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Canfield, Casey Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Caniff, Robert Gerald 

(Three Rivers, Ml) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems, Operations 

Management 

Bowling 

Caniglia, Dustin T. 

(Mayer, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Caniglia, Jonathan Casey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Cannata, Melissa Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Health Education 

Canning, Sarah Boots 

(Benicia, CA) 

Senior, Fine Art Studies, 

Emphasis In Costume & 

Scenic Design, Visual Comm. 

And Media Theory 

Reading, Coffee, Hiking, 

Camping, Movies, Walking, 

Traveling, Foreign Countries, 

Sea, Renn Faires, People 

Watching, Music, Sewing, 

Crafts 

Cannon, Amy E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Cannon, Ashlee Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Cannon, Grete Katharine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Dance 

Cannon, Jacob Weldon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 



Cannon, Katy L 

(Brawley, CA) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Administration 

Cannon, Sean Jon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Cano, Ashley Ann 

(Superior, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Medical, Softball, Volley Ball, 

Basketball 

Cano, Chelsey L. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cano, Mireya 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Cano, Vanessa Maria 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Freshman, CMRC 

Canright, Brandon Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Canterman, Carolyn 

Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Canto, Tobias Aguirre 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Canton, Corianne R 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Canton, John Paolo 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Senior, Economics, General 

Business 

Kappa Alpha 

Cantor, Allison Rachel 

(Ridgefield, CT) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Cantor, Brian Edward 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Cantua, Chris Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Criminal Justice 

Criminal Justice Association 

Cantua, Vicente A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Canty, Lauren E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Capa, Christine Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Administration 

Caparulo, Frank 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Capers, Amy T 

(Vail, AZ) 

Junior, Social Studies 

Capone, Anthony P. 

(Vernon Hills, IL) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cappello, Anthony William 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cappiello, John Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Cappo, Michael 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Capps, Dustin S 

(Tubac, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Capps, Kayla Mae 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemistry, 

Biochemistry 

Capra, Vanessa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 



Caprio, Joseph L 

(Denville, NJ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Baseball, Outdoors, Watching 

Seinfeld 

Caproni, Linnea K.e. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, International Studies 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Caracappa, Brian J 

(Randolph, NJ) 

Senior, Media Arts, Sociology 

UATV 

Caramella, Jessica Y. 

(Vail, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 

Carangio, Rayleen Cheryl 

(Honolulu, HI) 

Freshman, Women's Studies 

Carapetyan, NilsT 

(Tuscon, AZ) 

Junior, German Studies 

Caratachea, Marisol 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Caravelli, Evan P. 

(New York, NY) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Photojournalism 

Caraveo, Jose Armando 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Caraway, Alyssa S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Caraway, Christopher Dean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Carbajal, Danette 

(San Manuel, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Carbajal, Jaime Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Carberry, Erica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Carbonell, Jaime 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Carbonell, Kathy Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, SLHS 

Carbonell, Lisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Carbonneau, Evan P. 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Cardenas, Camille 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Cardenas, Katrina A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Cardenas, Lisa A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Cardenas, Samuel L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Cardenas, Theodore 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Cardiel, Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Spanish 

Cardieri, Alexis Marie 

(Vail, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Cardin, Sasha Randol 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cardon, Alejandro Gonzalez 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Cardosi, Paul Ahren 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 



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Cardwell, Brian Jeffery 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Careccio, Deana M. 

(Park Ridge, NJ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Carey, Autumn Marie 

(Niles, Ml) 

Senior, Ecology 

Photography, Traveling, 

Classic Movies, History, 

University Christian 

Carey, Erin A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Sigma Kappa, Yoga, Art, 

Reading, Sororities, Choir 

Carey, Jay Hudson 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Carey, Meghan Katherlne 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cargill, Kenneth S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Russian & Slavic 

Studies, English 

Cargill, Quinn Claver 

(Vista, CA) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineehng 

Carillo, Christopher James 

(Long Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Carlen, Brittne S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

earless, Stephen J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Soccer 

Carlini, Daniel Peter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Geosciences 

Carlisle, Andrew Caiion 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Carlisle, Broolte A 

(Morenci, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Carlisle, Emily B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Carlon, Jonathan E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Carlos, Carolina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Carlsen, Elyse M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Carlson, Amy R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Carlson, Ben S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Carlson, Chance Mitchell 

(Wells, MN) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Carlson, Christopher 

Nickoias 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Carlson, Daniel Patricit 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Carlson, Douglas W 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Spending Time With Family 

Friends, All Sports, Hockey, 

Golf, Football 

Carlson, Jenna Marie 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Carlson, Jessica H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 



Carlson, Kaili May 

(Kennewick, WA) 

Freshman, Microbiology 

Newman Center 

Carlson, Karri Candice 

(Nampa, ID) 

Senior, Nursing 

Traveling, Skiing, Sw/imming, & 

Scuba Diving 

Carlson, Karyn Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Vetehnary Science 

Carlson, Ryan Nicolas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Carlson, Travis J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Caristed, Kelly Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Carlton, Caliista Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Carlton-carew, Conrad 

Nnamdi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Materials Science 

& Engineering 

Carlucci, Anne Elizabeth 

(Los Bancs, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Spanish 

Carmichael, Amber L 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Carmichael, Erin Cathieen 

(Langley WA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Carmona, Rafael Senecio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Carmony, Amanda Malia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Carmouche, Andrea Maria 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Carnaby, Coleen Mary 

(Omaha, NE) 

Freshman, University College 

Navigators For Christ, 

intervarsity Christian, 

Fellowship, Kid Cats, Junior 

Wildcat Recruiters, Freshman 

Class Council, Umc Volunteer 

Carnecer, Marie P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Carothers, Lul(e D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Carpanzano, Michelle Lynne 

(Stamford, CT) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Carpenter, Benjamin Wayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Carpenter, Brittney Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Veterinary Science 

Carpenter, Christopher 

Wayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Carpenter, Christopher Z 

(Decatur, GA) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Carpenter, Jessica Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Education 

Carpenter, Jon David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Management 

Carpenter, Katie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 



Carpenter, Kayla Suzanne 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Microbiology 

Carpenter, Michael R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Carpenter, Michael Ryan 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Carpenter, Stephen Thomas 

(Laguna Hills, CA) 

Senior, Finance 

Carpenter, Stephen Vernon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Carpenter, Todd Scott 

(Riverside, CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Carr, Adam H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Carr, Adra Victoria 

(Old Saybrook, CT) 

Junior, Astronomy, 

Physics/history SSpanish 

Martial Arts, Rock Climbing 

Carr, David A 

(Oak Park, IL) 

Senior, Media Arts, 

Psychology 

Carr, Edward William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Carr, Garrett James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Carr, Jennifer A 

(Tacoma, WA) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Capoeira 

Carr, Jennifer L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Carr, Mary Elizabeth 

(Saint Louis, MO) 

Senior, Communication 

Carr, Matthew W 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Beta Theta Pi, ASUA Senate, 

U Of A Surfers 

Carrada, Patricia Aurora 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Italian 

Kappa Delta Chi 

Carrancho, Crystal Cabras 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Anthropology 

Carranza, Arturo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Carranza, Aurora Melanie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Carranza, Francisco Rene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Carranza, Jessica Lynna 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Carrasco, Alma Rosa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Carrasco, Angela M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Carrasco, Candace M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Carrasco, Corinna 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Sociology, 

Psychology 

Babycats 

Carrasco, Juan A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Volley Ball, Guitar 



Carrasco, Patricia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Swimming 

Carrasco-tarajacl(, Brenda 

Yvonne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Carrell, Casey Ryan 

(Rcho Sta Marg, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Carrell, Michael Arnold, Jr. 

(Tucson, CA) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Carrell, Tyler J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Carreno, Alfonso 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Carreno, Gisela Gigi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Industiral Engineering 

SHPE 

Carriglio, Michael Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Carrillo, Ashley C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Chemistry 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Carrillo, Catalina 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Carrillo, Edisa i 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Carrillo, Justin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art, General 

Business And Classics 

Carrillo, Kacey N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Carrillo, Loni Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Carrillo, Lori Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Carrillo, Steven Franco 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Systems Engineehng 

Carrillo, Veronica Guadalupe 

(Lewisville, TX) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Carrlngton, Caitlln E. 

(Whitehver, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Carrizoza,Tomas Antonio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Coaching 

Carroll, Alison Chie 

(Torrance, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Pre-Pharmacy Club 

Carroll, Barbara Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English, Psychology 

Singing, Exercising 

Carroll, Christopher J. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Management, Mechanical 

Engineehng 

Phi Beta Sigma 

Carroll, Clay Bradley 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineehng 

Sigma Pi, Arizona Men's 

Volleyball, Auto Racing, 

Boating 

Carroll, Elizabeth Cathieen 

(Chaghn Fails, OH) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Carroll, Emily C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Veterinary Science 



Carroll, Emily June 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Carroll, Joseph T. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Carroll, Molly E 

(Overland Park, KS) 

Senior, Marketing, Spanish 

Alpha Phi, Yoga, Working Out, 

Scrapbooking, Taking 

Pictures, Delta Sigma Pi, 

Intramural Softball, Intramural 

Flag Football 

Never give up on anyone or 

anything that you can not go a 

day without thinking about. 

Carroll, Sean Michael 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Carroll, William Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Carson, Brenna A. 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Sophomore, Marketing 

Carson, David Patrick 

(La Mirada, CA) 

Sophomore, Communication, 

Business 

Carson, Kyle Steven 

(La Mirada, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Carson, Matthew Gerald 

(Agoura Hills, CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Carsten, Thomas J. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior. Electrical Engineering 

Carstensen, Gary Chris 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Computer Engineehng 

Carswell, Michael B. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior. Psychology 

Carter, Amanda Marie 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman. Pre-Nursing 

Carter, Audrey Marie 

(Ft Huachuca. AZ) 

Junior. Psychology 

Carter, Avery Frances 

(Kennett Squar, PA) 

Junior. Psychology 

Carter, Brett L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Carter, Briana Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Carter, Cynthea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 

Carter, Evan C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Carter, Joey Chris 

(Marana, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Carter, John M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Carter, Kasey Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Carter, Kristopher A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Carter, Mackenzie Anne 

(Higley, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Carter, Nathan Benjamin 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Carter, Oliver Terrence 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 



Carter, Sharrisse M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Philosophy 

Carter, Yana C 

(Corona, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Cartheuser, Christopher G. 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cartwright, Andrew Stephen 

(Muncie, IN) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Cartwright, Gregory Hayden 

(Lake Forest, IL) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Caruso, Katherlne Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Caruth, Whitney L. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Carvajal, Jane Marie 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Carvalho, Sonia S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Carvallo, Maria Paulina 

(La Serena, Chile) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture, 

Regional Development 

Sailing 

Carvell, Julia L. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Carver, Alexis Hawanczak 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Junior, Agriculture 

Cary, Andrea Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Casabat, Courtney Fromm 

(San Rafael, CA) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Casagrande, Nancy Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Casahonda, Hugo Alberto 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Casal, Moises 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Casale, Amanda Elisabeth 

(Rochester, NY) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Casanova, Kristen Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Thematic 

Field Hockey Club, Camp 

Wildcat, Member Of ODK 

Honor Society 

Casberg, Sarah E 

(Santa Fe, NM) 

Senior, English 

Casco, Bernardo Luis 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Case, Paul M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Case, Rachel Rm 

(Kansas City, MO) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Case, Robert 

(Safford, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Caseman, Delayne Lois 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Casetta, Kimberly A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 



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Casey, Cory L 

(Sacramento, CA) 
Senior, Journalism, : General 
Business Administration; 
Spanish 

To my loving and always sup- 
portive family & those who 
made these 4 years unforget- 
table. I love you. 
Casey, Daphne Brooke 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Casey, John Ryan 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Journalism 
Casey, Joseph F 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Pre-Business 
Casey, Kelli Marie 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Casey, Maegan Mary 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, English 
Casey, Sarah J. 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Studio Art, Dance 
Cash, Andrew James 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Chemistry 
Cash, Brock Jordan 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Senior, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Cash, Devin Jean 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Dance 
Cashdollar, Bridget M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, General Biology 
Casillas, Mary Jean 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Caskey, Christopher Michaei 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Aerospace 
Engineering 

Caskey, Emily Michelle 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Junior, Nutritional Sciences 
Caskey, Meghann I. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Creative Writing 
easier, Evan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Music 
Casmer, Daniel 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Junior, Civil Engineering 
Casolari, Elizabeth Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 
Casolari, Nicholas J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Agriculture 
Cason, Antoine Brandon 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Cassady, Michael Lawrence 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Ecology & Evol 
Biology 

Cassady, Victoria A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Cassata, Noah Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Anthropology 
Cassese, Nicole 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, No Selected 
Choir, Writing, Reading, 
Theater 

Cassidy, Anna Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Nursing 
Cassidy, Casey A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Music 
Cassidy, Cody A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 



344 • Directory 



Cassidy, Cullen A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Music 

Cassidy, Jessica M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Cassidy, Megan K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Cassidy, Sharee J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Cassin, Michael J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Casson, William M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Castagnanova, Patrizia 

Laura 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Castaneda, Alejandrina 

Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Castaneda, Elizabeth 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Family Studies And Human 

Development 

Kappa Delta Chi 

Castaneda, Francisco 

Eduardo 

(Palmdale, CA) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Castaneda, Jenna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Castelan, Veronica 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Castelhano, Sarah Ann 

(Tuscan, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Castellano, Amy K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Castellanos, Dalina M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Castellanos, Marco L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Castellon, Carrie Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics, Business 

Castiglione, Andrew Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Castillo, Daniel Burdett 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Castillo, Erica 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Castillo, Katrina Jeannette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Castillo, Kevin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Castillo, Laura R. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Castillo, Patricia Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Castillo, Sarah Romana 

(Goodyear, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Castillo, Sarah Theresa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Castillo, Stacey L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Arts 

Castillo, Stephanie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 



Castillo, Valerie Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Castiiio-ketterer, Victoria G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Castilone, John Anthony 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Castle, Brandon S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Castle, Everett Roosevelt 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Castle, Michael A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Castleberry, Susanna K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Casto, Justin John 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Castrillo, Danielle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Castro, Adrian Ivan 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Motorcycles And Surfing 

Castro, Alejandrina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mexican American 

Studies 

Castro, Careaga Ricardo 

(Los Mochis Mexico) 

Junior, Industiral Engineering 

Manufacturing, Sports, 

Intramurals Soccer, Softball, 

Basl(etball, Engineering 

Ambassador, Shpe, 

UE/INCOSE 

Castro, Daniela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Castro, Daniela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Castro, Danielle Dolores 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Castro, David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Liberal Studies 

Castro, Frank Geoffrey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Castro, Gabriela E 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Castro, Joanna Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Marl<eting 

Kappa Alpha Theta, U Of A 

Pomline 

Castro, Josepha A 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Sprite 

Castro, Juan P 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Castro, Rachel P 

(Goodyear, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Castro, Ruben Hickman 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Castro, Samantha 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing, 

Psychology 

Gamma Phi Beta, Basketball, 

Volleyball, M.E.C.H.A.., 

Singing, Dancing, Shopping 

Castro, Stephanie N. 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Chi Omega 



Castruccio, Daphne Isadora 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Catague, Ronald Roy 

Ypulong 

(Florence, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, 

Sociology/minor 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Catalan, Jannina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Catalan, Teresa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Catalfamo, Crystal Dawn 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Dance, Working Out, Climbing 

Catalioto, Kristina M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Cates, Julia Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Veterinary Science 

Cates, Sarah Ashlee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Cathcart, Sarah M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Catlett, Justin Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Catlin, Casey Christie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Cato, Stacey M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

Psychology 

Volleyball, Softball And Other 

Recreational Activities 

Cattaneo, Melissa Suzanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Cauchi, Natalie Lara 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

Retail And Consumer 

Sciences 

Alpha Phi 

Caudill, Daryl Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Caudill, Kiera Marie 

(Mission, KS) 

Senior, English Extended 

Causey, James Alexander 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Causey, Jared Russell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cauwet, Julianne C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Cavalcant, Andrew Blake 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Cavaletto, Delania A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Cavanaugh, Colin Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Cavanaugh, David Brian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Cavanaugh, Dustin Lane 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cavanaugh, Sarah E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Cavazos, Daniel Warren 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Cave, Chester D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 



Cave, Christopher Martin 

(Los Altos, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Caverly, Corey Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Cavicchio, Gary Jeremiah 

(South Seavill, NJ) 

Sophomore, Physics 

Cavinder, Ryan W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Cayce, John Caldwell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Cayo, Cotter Tristan 

(Hyattsville, MD) 

Junior, Marketing 

Cayo-cotter, Kira Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cazares, Arthur Allen 

(Wilcox, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Cazares, Gabriella Olivia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English Extended 

Cazares, Jennamarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Ceccato, Christina Marie 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology, Chemistry 

Tae Kwon Do, Alpha Phi 

Omega, Camp Wildcat 

Cecil, Michael C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cecil, Michael Jay 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cecilia, Gregory Kenneth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Cedillo, David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Cefaratti, Katie Marie 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art, Art History 

Cegielski, Amy Joy 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing, Business 

Management 

Celaya, Gabriel Gerardo 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Art, Music 

Celaya, Marisela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Celaya, Mayra Antonieta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Society Of Hispanics 

Professional Engineers 

(SHPE) 

Celentano, Teresa M 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Celia, Courtney A. 

(Novate, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Cella, Greg D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Italian 

Censky, Rose Katherine 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Centeno, Adolfo F 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Centeno, Jonathan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Cerami, Philip Leonard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 



Cerato, Jennifer Charlsie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Cerato, Lauren Marie 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Arts 

Cercone, Dara M. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

Cerene, Tatiana A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Cerenko, Luka Angelo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cernek, Hannah Yeiena 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Cernetic, Jason M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Cerone, Brianna Rachel 

(San Diego, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Cerrone, Richard Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Cerruti, Dylan 

(Parker, CO) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Cerussi, Matthew R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cervantes, Osvaldo 

Careaga, III 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Cervantes, Paul Francisco 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting, Spanish 

And German 

Catholicism And Human 

Rights, HSF Scholar Chapter, 

St. Thomas Moore (catholic) 

Cervantes, Violeta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Cervantez, Erich Victor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cesarz, Blake E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Cesarz, Jaime Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts, 

Communications 

I Play The Tuba And I Like It! 

Cesspooch, Alicia Margaret 

(Peach Springs, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Health 

Education 

Lady Hoops Basketball Club 

Cevey, Benjamin Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Chaccour, Sam Dailey 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Chacon, Harlyn V 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Chacon, Julia Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Chaddha, Ankesh 

(Bombay. MH) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chaddha, Vinamra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chadha, Ravneet Singh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Chadwell, Amanda Helen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 



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Chafin, Bryn Michelle 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Sophomore, Dance, Creative 

Writing 

Chaifetz, Carl Abraham 

(Silver Spring, MD) 

Junior, Civii Engineering, 

Engineering Management 

Chaison, Seana L. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Health Education 

Chait, Rivka 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Chalyasut, Watson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Chalfoun, Fadi Nader 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Chains, Meghan Franklin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Chamberlain, John Stephen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Chamberlain, Kimberly Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Chamberlain, Neil Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Undecided 

Chamberlain, Rachina Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Chamberlain, Robert S. 

(Waterloo, lA) 

Junior, Music 

Chambers, Kenneth Robert 

(Mission Viejo, GA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Chambers, Megan E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Champion, Autumn 

Elizabeth 

(Tustin, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

U Of A Softball 

Chan, Andy K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Chan, Carrie Ka Lei 

(Hong Kong) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Chan, Christopher T. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Chan, Joyce P. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science, 

Media Arts & Chinese Studies 

Asian American Student 

Coalition (2001-2004);, Asian 

American Cultural Association 

(2001-2003): 

Chan, Rainier 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Chan, Sai Man 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Senior, Economics 

Chan, Sean M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Chan, Velen Wing-Si 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Chan, Victor L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Chana, Gurjeet 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Chance, Aubri Jo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Chance, Stephanie M. 

Junior, Accounting 



Chandarana, Upasna Piyush 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Chandler, Aldine Sinclair 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Chandler, Alison F 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Chandler, Kevin Brown 

(Tucson) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics, Spanish 

Phi Kappa Psi 

Chandler, Nicholas Ray 

(Chandler) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Chandler, Sidney B 

(Cave Creel(, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Chandra, Wahyudi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Chaney, Autumn L. 

(Tolleson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Chang, Andrew 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Business 

Administration 

Arizona Ambassadors, Tennis, 

Resident Assistant 

Chang, Brennen Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Chang, Chi-Ting 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance, Mari<eting 

Chang, Christopher C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Management Info 

Systems 

Chang, Christopher William 

(Danville, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Chang, Eunsik 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chang, Grace T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Chang, Hui-Ting 

(Taipei) 

Junior, Finance 

Music 

Chang, Jennifer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chang, Man-Chuang,Thera 

(Cupertino, CA) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Chang, Michael 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Chang, Powen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Chang, Preston Y 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Chang, Sunhee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Mom.Dad.EJ! Thanks for 

being there for me whenever I 

needed. Without you guys, I 

meant nothing. 

Chang, Yun 

(Green Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Chang, Yun-Ting 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 



Chansley, Jennifer L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts, Pre-Law 

Phi Alpha Delta, Pre-Law 

Fraternity 

Chantell, Uhrs Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Chao, Heidi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Chao, Hout 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems, Operation 

Management 

Chao, Joseph T. 

(Lake Havasu , AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Chapa, Ryan Charles 

(Salt Lake, UT) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Chapel, James Fredric, III 

(Laguna Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Chapman, Adrien M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Chapman, Chelsea Erin 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Chapman, Collin M. 

(Springfield, IL) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Chapman, Gabriel E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Chapman, John D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Chapman, Kimberly Amanda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Chapman, Ron Lester 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 

Chapman, Sara Allison 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Chapman, Thad Merritt 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Chapot, Danielle Claudine 

(San Rafael, CA) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Ballet, Choir, Writing, Guitar, 

Breaking Into The News 

Member, Honors Choir 

Member, Sigma Alpha 

Lambda Honors Organization 

Chapparone, Mark Stephen 

(Rcho Santa Fe, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Chappell, Anna Victoria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Chappell, Christopher P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business 

Management, Operations 

Management 

University Of Arizona Track 

And Field, Pole- Vault 

Chappell, Dejeana Marie 

(Morgan Hill, CA) 

Senior, Finance 

Charbeneau, Olivia Dane 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Spanish 

Charbonneau, Alison D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Chard, Kevin R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Chard, Steven A. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Charest, Britt Boostrom 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 



Charest, Jeffrey Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Charette, Shauna M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Charles, Leann M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Charles, Philip Errol 

(Maiden, MA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Charlow, Lisa Rose 

(Foster City, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Charlson, Rebecca J 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Charnetsky, Anastasia Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 

Charnetsky, Christopher P 

(Litchfield Park, AZ) 

Senior, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Charney, Bryan Justin 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Charvoz, Alison L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Chase, Anita Dianne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Chase, Brian Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chase, Kellen A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineehng 

Cheerleader 

Chase, Lauren Ashley 

(Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ) 

Senior, Journalism, English 

Chi Omega 

Chase, Lauren Michele 

(Marble Falls, TX) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

University Of Arizona South 

ASUA Treasurer 

Chase, Liliana Lunares 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Chase, Lula Mage 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Chase, Mackenna Anne 

(Ojai, CA) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology Spanish 

Pi Beta Phi, Lacrosse 

Chase, Ryan M 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Music, 

Sports, Fraternity 

Chasey, Curtis Mark 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Management 

Chasey, Janah K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Chasey, Kiley Marie 

(Fountain Hills, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Chasse, Courtney Alyce 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Chasse, Jonathan R. 

(Cottonwood, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Chatila, Amjad Mukhtar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

ThetaTau, Bluechip, SAE. 



Chatter, Guadalupe A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Chau, Cade Q. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Chaudhary, Anirudh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Chaudhary, Bheeshm 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Chaulklin, Amber Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Chauvet, Christopher Ted 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Chauvet, Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Management 

Chavarria, Magdalena Elisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Chaves, Susana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chavez, Allison Frances 

(Morenci, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology Sociology 

Chavez, Amanda 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Sophomore, Dance 

Chavez, Andrea Lorraine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Chavez, Anna Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Chavez, Araceli Romero 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Architecture 

Chavez, Ashley Joy 

(Roll, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Delta Gamma 

Chavez, Bernice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Chavez, Carlos Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Chavez, Cassandra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Chavez, Cristina Lizarraga 

(Menio Park, CA) 

Senior, Creative Writing, 

Business Administration 

Chavez, Crystal Ann 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Sophomore, Elementary 

Education 

Chavez, David Joseph 

(Bisbee, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Chavez, Eliel 

(Negates, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Chavez, Eric Anthony 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Chavez, Jessica 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Chavez, Jolene Collet 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Chavez, Jonathan Paul 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Chavez, Jose Jesus 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Chavez, Kristian N 

(Gilroy CA) 

Senior, Regional Development 



Chavez, Laura Kay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Chavez, Lorenzo Eduardo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chavez, Martina Elva 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, Social Studies 

Volleyball, Softball, Reading, 

Movies, School Site Council 

Chavez, Matthew L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chavez, Megan Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Chavez, Nicholas P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Chavez, Samuel Oliver 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Chavez, Sarah C 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Chavira, Andy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Liberal Studies 

Chawla, Gulraj Singh 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Chawla, Sonya Singh 

(Great Falls, VA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Cheadle, Alexis Taylor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Cheama, Whitney M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Check, Daniel T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Chee, Colleen L 

(Cameron, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Chee, Marlon John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Chee, Ronson Riley 

(Winslow, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Chee, Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Cheek, Moriah R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Cheeney, Greg M 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Physics 

Cheffer, Matt Wesley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cheknis, Edward Benjamin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Chellappan, Vidya 

(Columbus, OH) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Pre-Law 

Eller's College Student 

Council, Dance 

Chemodurow, Lucy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Chen, Cho-cheng Billy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Chen, Dorcas 

(Pelham, NY) 

Senior, History 

Chen, Kohong Wayland 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Chen, Kuan-lin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 



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Chen, LIT 

(Chantilly, VA) 

Freshman, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Chen, Long 

(China) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Music, IVIovie, Sleeping, 

Working out, Volleyball, 

Swimming, Soccer 

Chen, Ning 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chen, Shepin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Chen, Shirley X 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Chen, Stephanie Lee 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Chen,Te-chuan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Chen, Virginia Yun-fan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Chen, Wei-Shan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Chen.Yi Hsiu 

(Taiwan) 

Freshman, Music 

Chen,Yu-iu 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Chen,Yuyi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science, : 

Mathematics 

Badminton 

Cheney, Charles Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Cheney, Crystal Joy 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Cheng, Julia Zhu 

(Chicago, IL) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

French 

Alpha Kappa Psi Professional 

Business Fraternity 

Cheng, Kai-chun 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Cheng, Linda Lai-Lok 

(Toronto, Canada) 

Senior, Performance Piano 

National Society Of College 

Scholars, Phi Eta Sigma, 

Music Composition, Volunteer 

Work 

Chenoweth, Marci Lee 

(Land O' Lakes, FL) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Chepkorir, Fanice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Health Education 

Cherevka, Adam Jeffrey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Cherevka, Lindsay K. 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Delta Delta Delta 

Cherinko, Jeffrey Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Chern,Tingzhao 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Cheromiah, Amanda Royce 

Josanaraae 

(Paguate, NM) 

Freshman, Psychology 

American Indian Studies, Miss 

Native American University Of 

Ahzona 2004-05 



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Cherrick, Kyle David 

(University Place, WA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Eller College Student Council, 

Campus Crusade For Christ 

Cherry, Elizabeth Kristin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology, Art History 

Cherry, Jonathan David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Cherwa, James Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Cheshire, Gregory Eliot 

(Vail, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Chesin, Karly C 

(Cherry Hill, NJ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, Dance, 

Music, Shopping, Hanging Out 

With Friends 

Chesia, Catherine Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 

Chesler, Jennine N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agri & 

Biosystems Engineering 

Chesney, Richard Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agriculture 

Chesser, Kara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Chester, Kathleen Keenan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Chester, Michael Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Chester, Thomas John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Chetochine, Vladimir 

Stanislas 

(Saint Nom La Breteche) 

Senior, Communication, 

General Business 

Administration 

Cheung, Clarice Yu-fung 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cheung, Justin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cheung, Kamshing 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cheung, Lucy Gee-kit 

(Biddeford, ME) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Cheung, Samuel 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Cheung, Wai-wah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Cheung, Yuk Kei 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Chevas, Deanna Catherine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Family, Art, Reading, 

Photography 

Chiappetta, Paula Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Chiaro, Margaret A 

(York, PA) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Chicharello, Vanessa Mary 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Communication 



Chico, Melissa Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Arizona Blue Chip, FA.C.E.S.. 
Pre-Health Club 
Child, Joshua Davis 
(Laguna Hills, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Childers, Caren Jean 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mathematics 
Childers, Caroline Hunt 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Childers, Daniel Lawrence 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Media Arts 
Chilese, Matthew Joseph 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 
Chin, Brett Andrew 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Chin, Brian 
(Fountain Hill, AZ) 
Junior, Public Management & 
Policy 

Chin, Krista Lauren 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Chinchilla, Anibal 
(Inglewood, CA) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Business, Mountain Biking, 
Shooting Sports 
Chiquete, Carlos 
(Somerton, AZ) 
Senior, Mathematics 
Chiquete, Marcellus Ray 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Chircus, Jessica L 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Chism, Jennifer 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science 

Chittenden, Elizabeth Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Chittick, Ashley Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Chiu, Chun-kei 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Management Info 
Systems 

Chiu, Tiffany Zhiwen 
(Shanghai, China) 
Sophomore, Economics, 
Japanese 
Twsa 

Chiu, Wing Chi Chris 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 
Chmell, Alexis 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Political Science 
Cho, Dong-Ho 
(Seoul) 

Senior, Accounting 
Cho, Hee-Ki 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Management Info 
Systems 
Cho, Jane Yon 
(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Physiological Sciences, 
Chemistry, Korean 
Cho, Jun Oh 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Agri & Biosystems 
Engineering 
Cho, Sera 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Economics 
Cho, Shih-hao Howard 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Chemistry 



Choate, Lieschen Nicole 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Chodorowski, Anthony 

Edward 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Choe, Taeho 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chohan, Ahmed Abubakr 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Choi, Brandon James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Choi, Joonsung 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Choi, Joseph Y. 

(Oakland, NJ) 

Junior, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Choi, Junwon 

(Seoul) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Tae kwon do, Pingpong, 

Badminton 

Choi, Min-hee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Choi, Woong-jin Jason 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Chokshi, Jeet Kaushay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Choi, David Ayak 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Physics 

Chong, Dong Won 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Chorwira, Tafadzwa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Chowdhary, Rajnish Kumar 

(Newark, CA) 

Senior, Industiral Engineering, 

Entrepreneurship 

Theta Tau, Wildcat Veteran's 

Organization, Institute Of 

Industrial Engineers 

Chowdhury, Inshad 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Chowdhury, Mahmood 

Habib 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Industiral 

Engineering 

Chow-romero, Megan M. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Chozet, Roberto A. 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Christ, Rachel Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Christ, Zachary P 

(Oak Park, IL) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Christenholz, Michelle 

Rachel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Christensen, Alex James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Christensen, Brandon 

James 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Christensen, Caleb Wayne 

(Nampa, ID) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Christensen, Carlie Lauren 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Spanish/business 

Pi Beta Phi 



Christensen, Chase Don 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Christensen, Desiree 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Junior, SLHS 

Phi Eta Sigma 

Christensen, Dustin L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Christensen, Emily R. 

(Gwynedd Valle, PA) 

Senior, Theatre Arts 

Christensen, Eric Carl 

(Laguna Miguel, CA) 

Senior, GSM 

Christensen, Mark A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Christensen, Rachel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Christensen, Richard Erik 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Christensen, Samantha 

Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physics 

Christensen, Stephanie Jean 

(Mill Creek, WA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Running, Skiing, Traveling, 

Shopping, Reading 

Christensen, Timothy P. 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, Physics 

Christensen, Wesley Allen 

(Spanish Fork, UT) 

Senior, Architecture 

Sports, Art 

Christensen, Audrey 

Lorraine 

(Seattle, WA) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

History 

Pi Beta Phi 

Christian, Katherine Marie 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Thematic In 

Counseling 

2001 And 2004 New Student 

Orientation, Camp Wildcat 

(2000-2004), Catholic 

Newman Center 

Christian, Laura Katherine 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Musical Theatre, Dance, 

Voice, Habitat For Humanity 

Christian, Nichole Christine 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Dance 

Christiansen, Katie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Christiansen, Krista Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Christianson, Ryan K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Christie, Logan Sharon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Christie, Ryan Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Christie, Thomas J. 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering, Mathematics 

Christman, Amy 

(Williams, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Christmon, Kyle P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 



Christodoulou, Eleni 
Charalambou 

(Larnaca, CY) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Administration 

Christodoulou, Maria P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Christy, Nathaniel Curtis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology 

Chronis, Chris Peter 

(Los Altos Hills, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Chu, Anita Lai 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Chu, Philip K. 

(Tuscon, AZ) 

Freshman, Materials Science 

& Engineering 

Chua, Gretchen Legaspi 

(Manila, NA) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cooking, Reading, Watching 

Movies, Volleyball, Swimming 

Chuc, Joshua Alberto 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Chuchul, Jennifer S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Philosophy 

Chumley, Quinn A 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering Physics 

Chung, Connie 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Chung, Daegyo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Chung, Paul Chin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Sigma Nu 

Chung, Wang Liet 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Church, Andrew Scott 

(Lead, SD) 

Freshman, Astronomy 

Games, Anime 

Church, Jason A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Churgin, Daniel S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology 

Churgin, Sarah Melissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Chusid, Adam J 

(Portland, OR) 

Junior, Accounting 

Kappa Sigma, Basketball, 

Soccer 

Ciafone, Jennifer Ellen 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Cianciolo, Tony 

(Larkspur, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Ciaravella, Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Ciardello, Kristine 

(Danville, CA) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Cicchini, Nicholas P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Cichra, Christina Elaine 

(Alachua, FL) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Cienfuegos, Jesus Javier 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 



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Ciepiela, Annemarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Cleslak, Corey Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Liberal Studies 

Cilengir, Kemal Antonio 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

CIranowicz, Benjamin 

Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Frestiman, No Major Selected 

Cirerol, Rosa Jesus 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Cirincione, Marcie Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

CIrzan, Adam Eugene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Ciscomani, Juan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

CIsneros, Lee Anne 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Cisneroz, i\Aartin R. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Bloiogy 

Cisneroz, Robert J. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cisseli, Adam P 

(Calabasas, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cisseli, Amy N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physica! 

Science 

Citron, Aitaira 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, s: 

Communication & Sociology 

Ciuffeteiii, Cyntiiia Lynn 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Civetta, Lautaro Alfredo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Materials Science 

& Engineehng 

Ciaasen, Sarali L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Ciaiborn, Samuel James 

(Scotlsdale, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Clair, Steven Joseph 

(Jericho, NY) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Clamons, Raymond Xyion 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Clapp, Cristen Elaine 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Clapper, Lauren A 

(Menio Park, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Clapper, Shenee M. 

(El Paso, TX) 

Senior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences, Thematic 

Claridge, IVIatthew B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Clark, Aaron Chessy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Clark, Adam 

(Monte Sereno, CA) 

Junior, Geography 

Clark, Alex S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Clark, Amanda L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Microbiology, 
Chemistry 
Clark, Amber C. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Clark, Amy Rose 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Nursing 
Clark, Andrew Elton 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior. Microbiology 
Clark, Benjamin Taylor 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Clark, Brittany L. 
(San Dimas, CA) 
Junior, Political Science, Pre- 
law 

Pi Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Delta 
Pre-Law Fraternity, The 
Arizona Blue Chip Program, 
Sigma Alpha Lambda 
Honorary 
Clark, Candice J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Microbiology 
Clark, Carolyn Shelby 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Clark, Caryn A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 
Clark, Cortney L 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, History 
Clark, David Joseph 
(Philadelphia, PA) 
Senior, Optical Sciences 
Engineering, German Studies 
Telecommunications, 
Deutscher Student Club 
Clark, Deena Michelle 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Microbiology, : 
Chemistry 
NSCS 

Clark, Elias P 
(San Diego, CA) 
Junior, Civil Engineering 
Clark, Etirza Lanae 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Education 
Clark, Grace C 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science, 
Economics 

Dance, Art, Music, Theatre, 
Travel, School Clubs 
Clark, Grant Trowbridge 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, English 
Clark, Griffin W 
(Seminole, FL) 

Senior, Regional Development 
Clark, Jace A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Clark, Jameson Alastair 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Computer 
Engineering 
Clark, Jeffrey L. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

Clark, Jenna S. 
(Chandler, AZ) 
Freshman, Agri Tech Mgmt & 
Educ 

Clark, John D. 
(Irvine, CA) 

Senior, Management Info 
Systems 
Travel, Reading 
Clark, Jonathan IMichael 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 
Engineering 

Cliffhangers, Arizona Surfers 
Clark, Julian Lucio 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, History 



Clark, Justin Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Environ 

Hydrology & Water 

Clark, Justin Howard 

(Vail, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Clark, Kyle Sands 

(Las Cruces, NM) 

Senior, Political Science 

Clark, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Clark, Mary A. 

(Amado, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Clark, Matthew Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics, Molecular And 

Cellular Biology 

Clark, Michael David 

(Bakersfield, CA) 

Senior, Religious Studies, 

English/minor 

Clark, Monica Teresa 

(Mammoth, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Medical 

Technology 

Clark, Peter J. 

(Springfield, MO) 

Junior, Astronomy 

Clark, Sarah Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Clark, Scott M 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Clark, Stewart Robert 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Clark, Thomas Johnson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Clark, Trevlyn Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Clark, Tyler Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Medical 

Technology 

Clark, William James 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Society For Creative 

Anachronism 

Clarke, Derek Ryan 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Clarke, Justin Eli 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Clarke, Paul S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Clarkson, Danee Lillian 

(San Diego, CA) 

Junior, Art History 

Clarkson, James Worrall 

(Fountian Hill, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Clarkson, Margaret Marcine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Clarkson, Matt 

(Fountain Hill, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Clarno, Aaron Brent 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Systems Engineering 

Clary, Brandy N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English, Secondary 

Education/ Psychology 

Clary, Jacqueline Antonette 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology, Studio Art 

Soccer 



Clary, Kyle Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Classen, Stephan M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Environmental 

Science 

Clauson, Christiana Marie 

(Blairstown, NJ) 

Senior, Psychology Criminal 

Justice 

Ski, Baseball, Basket Ball, 

Bowling, Fine Arts , Cooking 

Claw, Chandra Mae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Clay, Fast Alexander 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Clay, Ryan Kenneth 

(Mukilteo, WA) 

Senior, Journalism, English 

Clayton, Amy Michelle 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Clayton, Anna Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Clayton, Christa Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education, 

Spanish 

Clayton, Jamie 

(Parker, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Clayton, Kimberly Theresa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Clayton, Morgan 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Sophomore, Plant Sciences 

Cleary, Meagghi F 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Communication, 

Psychology 

Delta Delta Delta 

Cleary, Michael R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Cleary, Stephanie J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Cleary, Theresa Lynn 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Vice-President Of U of A's 

Biochemistry Club, 

Backpacking, Art 

Cleeland, Aldan M. 

(Irvine, CA) 

Junior, History, Political 

Science 

Delta Gamma 

Clegg, Jordan Michael 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Junior, Public Management & 

Policy 

Clelland, Philip John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Business Administration 

UA Sports Information - Cross 

Country/track, Performance 

Footwear 

Clem, Erica Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Clem, Kristen Renee 

(Villa Park, CA) 

Senior, Regional 

Development, Thematic In 

Planning And GIS 

Arizona Ambassadors, Mortar 

Board Senior Honorary 

Clemens, Christie Mary 

(San Rafael, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Clemente, Crysta Janai 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 



Clements, Charlene Yvonne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Clements, Elizabeth Davis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Clements, Eric M. 

(Wickenburg, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agriculture 

Clements, Kristin Ann 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma 

Alpha Lambda, Gamma 

Sigma Alpha 

Clements, Nada 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Clendenen, Chase Richard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Clendenen, Stephanie M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Cleveland, Marie Christina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology Molecular 

And Cellular Biology 

Cleveland, Michael Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Clewett, Erin E 

(Yorba Linda, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Cliff, Nathan William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering 

Management 

Clifford, Duane E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Clifton, Adam K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Clifton, Jose Armando 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Clifton, Suzanne Linette 

(Dublin, OH) 

Senior, Finance 

Climaco, Catherine L. 

Junior, Art Education 

Clinch, Andy 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

English 

Beta Theta Pi 

Clinch, Megan Colleen 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Nursing 

Cline, Christi Beth 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Cline, Jessica Taylor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Ecology 

Cline, Kellie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 

Cline, Kirssa Lynne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

French 

University Of Arizona 

Swimming And Diving Team 

Cline, Korenna M 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Business 

Management, Pre Law 

Cline, Luke Hunter 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Cars/ Racing 

Cline, Nicole Dawn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Clines, Bryan R 

(Taylor, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 



Clingensmith, Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Clinton, Maribeth Cathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Clor, Jennifer R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Clor, Jonathan Adrian 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Performance 

Guitar 

Clor, Kristen Danielle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Performance 

Guitar 

Closs, Michelle Darlene 

(Payson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Clough, Isaiah Jedediah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cloutier, William Alfred 

(New Milford, CT) 

Senior, Sociology 

Clowers, Connor T. 

(Santa Barbara, CA) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Clowers, Laura Elizabeth 

(Santa Barbara, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cluff, Tyler Brandon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Clutter, Whitney L 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Alpha Phi, Water Polo, 

Republicans Club 

Clyburn, Amy E 

(Mission Viejo, CA) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Clyne, Eric Raymond 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Coalter, Ashley Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Cobb, Christopher D 

(Colorado Springs, CO) 

Senior, Journalism 

Cobbley, Christina Lynn 

(Portland, OR) 

Sophomore, English 

Cobean, Dylan S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mathematics 

Cobean, Ryder David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Russian & Slavic 

Studies 

Cobelis, Audra L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Coben, Elizabeth Catherine 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences, Family Studies And 

Human Development 

UAB Arts Committee, 

Women's Health Advocate 

Coburn, Christopher Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Coburn, Jaclyn Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Cocciola, Christina Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Cochran, Colin Matthew 

Stuart 

(Fort Collins, CO) 

Sophomore, Physics 

Cochran, Jenna Anne 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 



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Cochran, Julia Ann 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cochran, Richard C. 

(Churubusco, IN) 

Junior, Ecology 

Cochran, Scott Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cochran, Shannon C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Cochrane, Nathan Calvin- 

winston 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cocilovo, Byron Robert 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Freshman, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Guitar 

Cocio, Benny, Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology, 

Chemistry 

Cocio, Daria Olivia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Cockburn, Ben 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Cockerham, Scott W. 

(Birmingham, AL) 

Junior, Political Science, East 

Asian Studies 

Pi Sigma Alpha, Arizona 

Model United Nations 

Cody, Erin Lynne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Cody, John Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Coelho, Aaron Phillip 

(Riverdale, CA) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Music, Art 

Coenen, Christopher Lance 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Coffey, Katherine Mercedes 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemistry, 

Sociology 

Soccer, Travel, Volunteering 

Coffey, Sara Sermeno 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Coffman, Gregory J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Cofield, Justin Edward 

(Wheaton, IL) 

Senior, Accounting 

CogeIja, Nicole Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Coghill, Taylor Ashley 

(Mission Viejo, CA) 

Sophomore, Muscial Theatre 

Cogorno, Anthony Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Management 

Cohan, Derrick J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Cohen, Aaron E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Kappa Alpha 

Cohen, Adam Isaac Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cohen, Allison Helene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Cohen, Benjamin Michael 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Cohen, Brandon Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Cohen, Carly E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cohen, Daniel Adam 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cohen, Daniel M. 

(Waston, FL) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cohen, Eric Andrew 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Communication, 

Political Science 

Kemp Student Radio 

Cohen, Erin 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cohen, Helaine Nasya 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cohen, llyssa Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Cohen, Jake 

(Great Necl<, NY) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cohen, Joshua Frieden 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cohen, Maegen Marie 

(Arlington Heights, IL) 

Freshman, Pre-Education, 

Spanish 

Chi Omega, Baseball 

Cohen, Marisa Leigh 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Cohen, Michael Ryan 

(Sherman Oaks, CA) 

Junior, Communication, 

Business 

Cohen, Michael Todd 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Political Science 

Sports Marketing 

Cohen, Paul Adam 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Communication, 

Pre-Law 

Cohen, Ross E. 

(Livingston, NJ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cohen, Sheila Ruth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cohn, Allyson Dana 

(Plainview, NY) 

Sophomore, Speech & 

Hearing Sciences 

Cohn, Jessica M 

(Takoma Park, MD) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Cohn, Maggie M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History Classics 

Cohn, Stephanie R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Cokriic, Erik A 

(San Diego, CA) 

Senior, Pre-Business 

Cokrosaputra, Ivan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Industiral Engineering 

Colaianni, Nina E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Colan, Megann Estella 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Geography, Japanese 

Language 

Colapret, Tracey Ellen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 



Colavito, Jason Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Management Info 
Systems, Linguistics 
Running, Cycling, Wednesday 
Night Club, Track And Field, 
Cross Country 
Colavito, Jon Dennis 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Colavito, Kyle W 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Colbert, Lance Scott 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Spanish 
Colbert, Nancy Faye 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Colbert, Tori Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 
Colchado, Gloria Margarita 
(Tucson, CA) 

Senior, English, Theatre Arts 
Education 

Cole, Allen Wethington 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Journalism 
Cole, Beth Justice 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Sociology 
Cole, Dustin George 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Sociology 
Cole, Elizabeth Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, English 
Cole, Jason Robert 
(Gilroy CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 
Sport Karate, Martial Arts, 
Dancing, College Republicans 
Cole, Karina E. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Performance Voice 
Cole, Lisa Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, English, Creative 
Writing 

Cole, Matthew Carl 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Ecology 
Cole, Scott Patrick 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 
Cole, Shawn Andrew 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Cole, Stephanie L. 
(Las Vegas, NV) 
Junior, Accounting 
Beta Alpha Psi-Vice President 
Of Services And Activities 
Cole, Travis William 
(La Quinta, CA) 
Senior, Marl<eting 
Coleman, Andrea J 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Materials Science & 
Engineering 
Coleman, Bliss M. 
(Minneapolis, MN) 
Junior, Political Science 
Coleman, Brandon C. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 
Science 

Coleman, Brittany N. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Coleman, Cassandra Angela 
(Altadena, CA) 
Sophomore, Communication, 
Psychology 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
We are proud of your achieve- 
ments! Continue the good 
work! Love Mom, Dad, Molly & 
Fonzie 



Coleman, Christopher 
Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Coleman, Christopher M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Management 

Coleman, Heather Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Coleman, Justin 

(Torrance, CA) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Coleman, Krystina E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Coleman, Matthew Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Industiral 

Engineering 

Coleman, Ronald Leslie, III 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts, 

Anthropology 

Film, Martial Arts, Culture, 

Jeet Kun Do 

Coles, Chelsea L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Coles, Sean B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Coles, Tyler R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Colick, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Nutritional 

Sciences, Psychology 

Working Out, Baseball, 

Shopping, 

Colick, Zachary Adam 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Colima, Juan P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Colin, Lourdes 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Coll, Abigail Anncatherine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Collazo, Rick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Collazo, Valery I. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Colletti, Francis J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Colletti, John S. 

(Laguna Beach, CA) 

Senior, Finance 

Collettii, Nicholas Ryan 

(Thousand Oaks, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Colley, Edward Benton 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Colley, Karrianna Lorraine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business, Spanish 

Collier, John Cooke 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Collier, John Patrick 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Collier, Lauren Renee 

(Avondale, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Collier, Nicole Christine 

(Valencia, CA) 

Junior, Anthropology 



Collier, Ryan Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Collin, Jaime Harris 

(Roslyn Hts, NY) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Collinet, Susan Elaine 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 

Collins, Aaron Christopher 

(Indianapolis, IN) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Music, Dancing, Traveling 

Collins, Adam Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Collins, Alexandria Isabelle 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish, Psychology 

Collins, Andrew 

(Lake Havasu, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics 

Collins, Ashlle N. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Collins, Bryan Patrick 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Soccer, Guitar, Music, Movies 

Collins, Chris N 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Collins, Christopher J. 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Senior, Regional 

Development, - Business 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Collins, Eryn Kathryn 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Collins, George Jefferson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geosciences 

Collins, Jeffrey Scott 

(Rexford, NY) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Collins, Jessica J. 

(Kingman, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Collins, Joshua Kyle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Collins, Kari Lynn 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Collins, Katie Marie 

(Julesburg, CO) 

Senior, Classics, Near Eastern 

Studies 

Literature, Journalism, Sports, 

Film, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi 

Kappa Phi, Golden Key Honor 

Collins, Kelli Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Collins, Lacey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Collins, Laura Cecelia 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

Collins, Matthew D 

(Lake Havasu City, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Filer Student Council, Refuge, 

AZ Allegiance 

Collins, Matthew Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting, 

Entrepreneurship 

Collins, Ryan Thomas 

(San Manuel, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Collins, Scott A 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Collins, Shawna Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 



Colloca, Francesca Jeanne 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, 

French And Italian 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Collord, Robyn Anne 

(Monterey, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Colman, Melissa L 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, Communication, 

Journalism 

Chi Omega 

Coiner, Seth Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Cologna, Stephanie Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Colombatto, Romy B. 

(So Pasadena, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Colon, Alessandra Maria 

(Humble, TX) 

Sophomore, General Biology, 

Psychology 

Colon, Nicholas Stephen 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Colondres, Barbara Is 

Alejandra * ' 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Colonna, Nicholas J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Colosimo, Melissa Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Colson, Shane Keith 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Colville, Kathryn L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Colvin, James Lewis 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Colvin, Natalie Lauren 

(Wilsonville, OR) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

International Studies 

Basketball Club, Spanish 

Club, Wildcat Running, 

Snowboarding, Wakeboarding, 

Riding Horses, 

Colwell, Justin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Combellick, Joseph 

Anderson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Combs, Ariele M. 

(Gilroy CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Combs, Daniel A. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology Physiology 

Phi Kappa Psi 

Combs, Jacob Walter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Combs, Jasmine Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Combs, Michelle Grace 

(Pleasanton, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Combs, William B 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Nuthtional Sciences 

Come, Fay Mara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Latin American 

Studies, Spanish 

Comer, Tommy Joseph 

(Safford, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, 

Mathematics 



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Comerci, Andrew William 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science, 

Spanish 

Sports Medicine, Refuge 

Student Ministries, Intramural 

Athletics 

Coml.Todd J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Sociology 

Commanda, Charlie Wiley 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Compton, Carrie Gailene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Compton, Scott William 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Comrov, Karl Beth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Comstock, Jamie Kristin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Comstock, Tiffany Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Comyford, AIek Zachary 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Conant, Roger Albert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Conaway, David Lynn 

(Corona Del Ma, CA) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Conboy, Kimberly lUI 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Concannon, Jacklyn Rose 

(Danville, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Concannon, Jacob P. 

(Danville, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Rugby 

Concannon, Maura Kathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Concepcion, Banks Leonard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marl<eting 

Concholar, Devin Marie 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Computers, Bool<s, Friends 

Conder, Adam Kennedy 

(Sammamish, WA) 

Sophomore, Anthropology 

Condit, Cynthia B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Condon, Amanda Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Condon, John Clayton 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering, Business 

Economics 

Economics Club, U Of A 

Cycling Team, Mortar Board 

Condra, Mark E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Condra, Zachary Rife 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Conerly, Megan N 

(Camp Verde, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Conforto, Emily Michelle 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 



Cong, Hanmo 

(Shenzhen, GD) 

Freshman, Astronomy 

Music, Reading, Animax, 

Painting 

Congdon, Lauren Marie 

(Kennett Sq, PA) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Conklin, Laura M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physiological 

Sciences, Chemistry/business 

Volunteers For Humanity For 

Humans 

Conley, Jolene Marie 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science, 

Chemistry 

Conley, Jonathan Douglas 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Conley, Theresa Marie 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Conley, Vera Janice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Conlon, Claire Anne 

(Omaha, NE) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology. Chemistry, 

Mathematics, Classics 

Pi Beta Phi, Youth Against 

Cancer, Salt Tutor, Pi Beta 

Phi, Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Conn, Carmenlita S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Connell, Alana Marie 

(Green Valley AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology, Pre- 

Health 

Connell, Lauren R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Conner, Ryan Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineehng 

Conners, Kevin Michael 

(Colorado Springs, CO) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Connolly, BreannaTerese 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Connolly, Deron Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Connolly, Michael Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Connolly, Tracy L. 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Connor, Luis Gabriel 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Senior, Marl<eting 

Connor, Tessa M. 

(Del Mar, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Pre Law 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Connor, Whitney Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Connors, Ashley Ann 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Connors, Jennifer Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Connors, Katherine Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Arts 



Connors, Kristen Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism, Economics 

Gamma Phi Beta, Project 

Shine, Desert Yearbool<, 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Connors, Matthew James 

(Morgantown, WV) 

Senior, Agri & Resource 

Economics 

Hockey Team 

Connors, Michael S. 

(Morgantown, WV) 

Senior, Agri & Resource 

Economics 

Hockey Team 

Connors, Sean R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Conolty, Kristin Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Conover, Michael D 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Quantum Philosophy, 

Computational Biology, Gonzo 

Journalism 

Conrad, Brad J 

(Calgary AB) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Conrad, Nina 

(Seattle) 

Senior, Dance, Journalism 

Conroy, Kyle Michael 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Consalvi, E Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Considine, Peter John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Physics 

Constant, Hollie Raye 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Sophomore, Anthropology, 

Spanish 

Constantine, Sarah Emily 

(Bellevue, WA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Constantiner, Douglas E. 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sports 

Cars, Football 

We love you and you are the 

best! Love, Mom & Dad 

Constantiner, Michael S 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Finance, Business 

Sigma Chi 

You tiave exceeded our 

expectations and we love you 

and best of luck! Love Mom 

and Dad 

Contento, Bradley M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Confer, Jessica Lauren 

(Hershey PA) 

Senior, Spanish, Bilingual 

Education 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Contreras, Andrea Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 

Contreras, Anthony Brian 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineehng 

Contreras, Ashley M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Italian 

Contreras, Carlos E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Contreras, Jesus Mazon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 



Contreras, Marcia L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 
Contreras, Mark Antonio 
(Douglas, AZ) 
Senior, Mathematics 
Contreras, Omar A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Contreras, Samantha Lynn 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, General Biology 
Converse, Hailey A. 
(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 
Navigators, Arizona College 
Republicans 
Conway, Ian Michael 
(Chandler, AZ) 
Sophomore, Chemistry 
Conway, Joshua Travis 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Conway, Lucas Andres 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Philosophy 
Conway, Megan Kastner 
(Washington, DC) 
Senior, Creative Writing 
Conway, Michael Allan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Studio Art 
Conway, Sean M. 
(San Diego, CA) 
Sophomore, Entrepreneurship 
Phi Gamma Delta, Golf, 
Tennis, Snowboarding, 
Conwell, Kimberly Lynn 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Heahng 
Sciences 

Cook, Abigail Malkah 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Cook, Adrian 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Pre-Physical Science 
Cook, Alexander F.S. 
(Carnation, WA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Cook, Alexander L 
(Thornton, CO) 
Freshman, No Selected, Pre- 
Health 

College Republicans' Chief 
Correspondence Officer 
Cook, Andrew V. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Cook, Brendan James 
(Paradise Valley AZ) 
Junior, Ecology 
Cook, Cameron R. 
(Vail, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 
Cook, Charles Edward 
(Glendale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Cook, Christina M 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 
Cook, Daniel James 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 
Cook, Daniel M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Cook, Donald Paul 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 
Cook, Heather Lynne 
(Elkhart, IN) 

Junior, Psychology -Sociology 
Psi Chi Club 



Cook, Jeffrey Joseph 

(Granada Hills, CA) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Sigma Pi, Business, 

Philosophy Astronomy 

Psychology, Sigma Pi, 

University Of Arizona College 

Republican, Mountaineehng, 

Weightlifting 

Cook, Jennifer M 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Cook, Jennifer Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Health 

Education 

Cook, Kathryn Louise 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Cook, Kristy Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Cook, Mandi Susann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Cook, Megan C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Undecided, 

Creative Writing 

Cook, Michael Garland 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 

Creative Writing 

Cook, Michelle Lynne 

(Worcester, MA) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Sigma Alpha Lambda, Travel, 

Concerts, Kappa Omicron Nu, 

Snowboarding, Phishing, 

Black And White Photography 

Camping 

Cook, Nicholas L 

(Rochester, NH) 

Junior, Engineering 

Management, Computer 

Engineering 

Cook, Nicholas Lee 

(Vail, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Cook, Patrick Michael 

(Oracle, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Cook, Rex Eugene 

(Vail, AZ) 

Senior, Physics, Astronomy 

Cook, Richard G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Cook, Robert W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Cook, S. Minor 

(Memphis, TN) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Cook, Samuel Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Cook, Sarah Jennie 

(Lyons, OR) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Architecture, Competitive 

Roller Skating (USARS) And 

High Jump, Dancing, Singing, 

Scrapbooking 

Cook, Timothy Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Cooke, Jacquelyn Leann 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Cool, David Louis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Cool, James Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Cooley, Margaret Anne 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 



Coolidge, Chuck C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Coombs, Erika Michelle 

(Los Alamos, NM) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Sports, Hanging' With Friends 

Coombs, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Coomer, Richard Alexander 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Coon, Fred Everett 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Coon, Geoffrey Bullen 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Coons, Nathan David 

(Benson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Coopamah, 

Devasubramaniam G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cooper, Amanda Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Animal Sciences, 

Sociology 

Cooper, Amber Leigh 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Cooper, Beverly Keeley 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Mathematics 

Cooper, Cassandra Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Cooper, Christopher William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Cooper, Isaac Soren 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Cooper, Jonathan B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Cooper, Justin Calvert 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Cooper, Kara M. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, History Religious 

Studies 

History Reading, 

Snowboarding, Sports, 

Intervarsity Christian 

Fellowship, Intramural, Softball 

Cooper, Matthew David 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cooper, Megan K. 

(Poway CA) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Cooper, Melvin Clarke 

(Temecula, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Blue Chip, FBLA, Working Out 

Cooper, Michelle N 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Cooper, Robert Tyler 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Cooper, Scott Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Materials Science & 

Engineering 

Cooper, Watus Benjamin 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Graduate, Health Education 

Cooper-ephriam, Rahsaun 

Chettyll 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 



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Cooperman, Benjamin P. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Cooperrider, Chelsea C 
(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology, Family 
Studies And Human 
Development 
Playing Piano, Reading, 
Hanging Out With Friends, 
Swimming 

Cooperstein, Amy Robin 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Media Arts 
Cooperstein, Jill Rebecca 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Journalism 
Coors, Ryan William 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 
Copeland, Derricl<Vashaun 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Religious Studies 
Copeland, Kevin IMichael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Economics 
Copeland, Lucas A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Copeland, Nathan R. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 
Copenhaver, Jennifer N 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics, 
Spanish And Italian s; 
International Business 
Certificate 

Sigma Kappa, Global 
Awareness Competition Co- 
Creator;, Eller Scholars 
Copesl<ey, Maureen 
Katherine 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology s: 
Spanish, Sociology 
Psi Chi, Marching Band 
Copley, Adam S. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Copley, Samantha Lynne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Studio Art 
Copoulos, Marl( Daniel 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, History 
Copp, Avari Joanna Lynn 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Sophomore, French 
Copp, Brett C. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Copp, Kevin James 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Coppernoll, Dustin Richard 
(San Jose, CA) 
Freshman, Psychology, 
Business 

Coppin, Amy Lillian 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Nursing 
Coppus, Eric Ainslie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Economics 
Corbeil, Kathryn Ann 
(Peoria, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Physical 
Science, Spanish And 
Chemistry 

Photography, Movies, Playing 
Bass, Friends, Kamp Radio 
Club, Camp Wildcat 
Corbett, Macl<enzie L 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, No Selected 
Corbin, Michael Pierce 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Corcoran, Claire E 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Senior, Studio Art 



Corcoran, John Kevin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Corcoran, Joseph D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Corcoran, Nicole A. 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Corcoran, Tim E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Cordeil, Audrey Susan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Alpha Phi, Future Retail 

Leaders 

Cordero, Diana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Cordery, Andrew Joseph 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Cordisco,Taiia Adriana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Cordova, Andrea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cordova, Bernadette Renae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Cordova, Eduardo 

Balvanedo 

(Sonora, MX) 

Senior, Engineering 

Management 

Swimming, Member Of ASEM 

Cordova, Elena Patricia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineehng 

Cordova, Jesus A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Cordova, Monique Angelica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Cordova, Stephanie 

Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Cordrey, Jenny Ann 

(Winkelman, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Corea, Justin Daniel 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Senior, Economics 

Corea-Levy,Yali 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Corelia, Prizma Guadalupe 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Corey, Amanda Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Corey, James J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Corke, Laura Aleen 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Outdoor Activates, Dancing, 

Photography 

Corkiil, Travis Andrew 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Corl, Ford Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Corl, Jessica Lynne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Corley, Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 



Cormier, Kelly Vee 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Cormier, Samantha Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Corn, Evan Jason 

(Longmeadow, MA) 

Sophomore, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Corne, Troy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Cornejo, Valeria Cristina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Cornejo Perez, Gerardo E. 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Cornelius, Brian Eugene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Cornelius, Dana R. 

(San Diego, CA) 

Senior, Art History 

Cornelius, Leann Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Cornell, John Altamirano 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cornett, Brittany Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Cornia, Jesse R 

(Bullhead City, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Cornidez, Arcelia Yadira 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Corona, Fabian Hernandez 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Corona, Megan Kristine 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Coronado, Anita Dyan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Coronado, Francisca R.B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Coronado, Joel Alexander 

(Oai( Brook, IL) 

Junior, Marketing, Spanish 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sma 

Coronado, Marlenne Aracely 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Coronado, Nathan John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Coronado, Tamara Rae 

(Show Low, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

PA. I.N. 

Corral, Angelica Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Corral, Janette C 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Spanish 

Corral, Valerie Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Corrales, Amanda Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Corrales, Amanda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Corrales, Daniel Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Communication 



Corrales, Eric Christopher 


Costa, Dominic Koch 


Coughlin, Laura A. 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Scottsdale, AZ) 


SI 


Freshman, Materials Science 


Senior, Psychology 


Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 


Sa 


& Engineering 


Costa, Kyle Douglas 


Pre-Pharmacy Club- 


[itOiadl 


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Correa, Aisha 


(Santa Clara, CA) 


Recorder, Wildcat Habitat For 


M 


(Saddle Brool<, NJ) 
Senior, Physiological 


Senior, Regional 
Development, Business 


Humanity, Big Brothers Big 
Sisters Of Tucson 


(D 


Sciences, : Chemistry 


Costaglio, Michael David 


Coughlin, Thomas Robert 


Ci 


Correa, Aris 


(Hillsborough, CA) 


(Orange County, CA) 


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(Casa Grande, AZ) 


Junior, Mechanical 


Freshman, Pre-Business, 


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Freshman, No Major Selected 


Engineering 


Spanish 


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Correa, Oliver James 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Coughlin, Victoria Emma 


ill 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Costales, Jessica Lei 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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Freshman, Economics 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Junior, Accounting 


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Corredor, Andrew Camilo 


Freshman, Pre- 


Coulon, David Vern 


[leakeilon, OR' 
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(Tucson, AZ) 


Communication 


(Hanford, CA) 


SI 


Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineehng 


Costell, Gabriel David 

(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Physiological 
Sciences 




Correli, Darlene Jeannette 

(Tucson, AZ) 


Junior, Anthropology 
Costigan, Kelly Morgan 


UA Baseball Team 
Coulston, Jared Graham 


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Freshman, Ecology 


(Tempe, AZ) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


M 


Corres, Isabel Z. 


Sophomore, Pre-Business 


Sophomore, No Major 


Si 


(Nogales, AZ) 


Costolo, Megan C. 


Selected 


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Freshman, Pre-Nursing 


(Scottsdale, AZ) 


Counts, Alexis Altagracia i 


aCtrinxK 


Tennis 


Senior, Nursing 


(Phoenix, AZ) 


ftOT,AZ) 


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Corriero, Stephanie M. 


Cota, Ariana 


Sophomore, Pre- 


S(tonm,*wy 


Oi 

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(Tucson, AZ) 


(Rio Rico, AZ) 


Communication 


W 


Junior, Journalism 


Sophomore, Business 


Courchesne, Emily Kristine 


HDanW 


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Corrigan, Dane Ryan 


Management 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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(Las Vegas, NV) 


Cota, Celia Jessica 


Senior, Astronomy 


ifji CmpjWSoW 


Junior, Theatre Production 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Coursodon, Christine 


townrtiir 


Corrigan, Jennifer E 


Sophomore, Physiological 


Frances 


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(Phoenix, AZ) 


Sciences 


(Tucson, AZ) 


fijw,Ci«a»«**t 


Senior, Bio & Molecular 


Cota, Eddie 


Sophomore, Veterinary i 


IiD>li«« 


Biophysics 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Science 


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Corrigan, Meghan 


Junior, Systems Engineering 


Coursodon, Philippe 


m.kmi*vi 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Cota, Melissa A. 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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Senior, Pre-Physical Science 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Freshman, Studio Art 


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Corrigan, Shannon Paige 


Freshman, Pre-Business 


Courtney, Dawn M 


iM,PWSani 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


Cota, Neftali E. 


(Tucson, AZ) ^ 


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Freshman, Theatre Arts 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Junior, Pre-Health Education 


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Cortes, Michael 


Sophomore, Classics 


Courtney, John D 


te.LanguatKlMr 


Ol 


(Chicago, IL) 


Cote, Linda Gay 


(Walnut Creek, CA) » 


t|KtC(iMisi:So(at 


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Junior, Political Science, 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Sophomore, History >W 


iil(.FiiiiSd<lr,Hm Oi 


Spanish 


Senior, Nursing 


Cousens, Ashley E « 


tif:Mi\t. 


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Tricats 


Cotner, Kyle H 


(Tucson, AZ) X 


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Cortese, Benjamin Tyler 


(Racine, Wl) 


Freshman, Spanish « 


IntetSanti 


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(Ketchum, ID) 


Senior, Mechanical 


Couston, George Mandros 


tlHaidilnni 


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Junior, Accounting 


Engineering 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(ttlNI 


Ol 


Cortese-cross, Seann 


Phi Kappa Tau, Cars, 


Sophomore, Media Arts 


imt-immm 


IV 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Basketball, Weightlifting, 


Coutts, Mary Anna 


<m 


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Senior, Psychology 


American Society For 


(Tucson, AZ) 


MJawMa 


Ol 


Cortez, Sabrina Renee 


Engineehng Management, Tau 


Senior, Special Education & 


(imAZI 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


Beta Pi Engineering Honorary 


Rehab .« 


ii|tom,A(raijaa 


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Senior, Criminal Justice, 


Cotner, Lauren Jaye 


Couturier, Darren P. m 


Sjmg 


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Public Management 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Phoenix, AZ) * 


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Criminal Justice Association- 


Freshman, No Major Selected 


Sophomore, Mechanical 


fafsanzi 


hi 


Treasurer 


Cotrupe, Maya L. 


Engineering 


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Ol 


Cortez, Tania Launa 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Covalciuc, Anthony M. 


«)»*!«al Saras 


Ik 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Junior, Marketing 


(Tucson, AZ) 


woiim 


M 


Senior, Retailing & Consumer 


Cotten, Lisa Marie 


Junior, Creative Writing 


IiMltrE 


Ol 


Science 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Covarrubias, Rebecca 


iK»,AZ| 


Corvalan, Magdalena U. 


Junior, Nursing 


Guzman 


i*we,Sluilciu- 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


Cotter, Nicole Yvette 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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Junior, Accounting 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Sophomore, Family Studies & 


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Corvo, Matthew A. 


Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 


Human Devel 


".SpeirtJHw, 
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(Tucson, AZ) 


Cotton, Brittany Marie 


Covault, Adam P. 


Sophomore, No Major 


(Lake Oswego, OR) 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Jwieilta, 


Selected 


Freshman, Pre-Business 


Junior, Regional Development 


isnuzi 


Corwin, Alexandra 


Gamma Phi Beta, SCNO 


Covell, Stephen William 


w,N«*<i,. 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Cotton, Eboni Sherelle 


(Pacific Grove, CA) 


Freshman, No Major Selected 


(Phoenix, AZ) 


Junior, Creative Writing 


■HCatrQa 


Corwon, Jeffrey Bruce 


Sophomore, Pre-Physical 


Symphonic Choir 


la 


(Cleveland, OH) 


Science 


Cover, Cornelius J. 


Senior, Physics, Chinese, 


Cottrell, Christina Nicole 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Mathematics 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Junior, Pre-Physical Science 


•"WDan 


hi 


Cosentino, Marl L 


Sophomore, Political Science 


Covey, Erich Paul 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


Cottrell, Hyrum Taft 


(Hinsdale, NH) 


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Freshman, Molecular & 


(Tucson, AZ) 


Senior, Theatre Arts, Music 


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Cellular Biology 


Junior, Business Management 


Musical Theatre, Theatre 


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Coslett, Dawn Deanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 


Couch, Ryan Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 


Production 
Cowan, Megan E. 


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Senior, Microbiology 


Senior, Ecology 


(Ephrata, PA) 


i«Ute« 


Ihi 


Cosmas, George C 


Coughlin, Jesse S. 


Sophomore, General Biology 


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cx 


(Tucson, AZ) 


(Phoenix, AZ) 


Cowen, Geoffrey Alan 


On 


Junior, Economics 


Freshman, Electrical 


(Tucson, AZ) 


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Cosper, Brian J. 


Engineering 


Sophomore, Pre-Business 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


Guitar, Lunch At 2, And Living 


Cowen, Jennifer Elizabeth 


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Senior, Accounting 


In Smanzi 


(Phoenix, AZ) 


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Cossel, Scott M 




Junior, Family Studies & 




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(Tucson, AZ) 




Human Devel 


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Senior, History 




Cowser, Kimberly Catherine 


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(Tucson, AZ) 


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Cox, Brian Craig 

(Tucson. AZ) 
Senior, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Cox, Bryan R 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior, Business Economics 
Cox, Canisha L. 
(Plioenix, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 
Science, Business 
Cox, Chad A. 
(Gilbert, AZ) 
Junior. Bio & Molecular 
Biophysics 
Cox, Chelsea G 
(Beaverton, OR) 
Freshman. Pre-Business 
Alpha Phi 

Cox, Christine Katherine 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Cox, Corinne M 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Veterinary 
Science 
Cox, Dan Eric 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Computer Science 
Cox, Daniel Timothy 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 
Cox, Daria Anne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Anthropology 
Cox, Dustin C. 
(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science. 
Psychology 

Law, Government, Politics, Art, 
Soccer, Languages, Director- 
Project Converse; Soccer 
Coach;, Flinn Scholar; Honors 
College ; Dean's List 
Enjoy the Journey! Love, 
Grandma & Grandpa 
Cox, Hazel Anne 
(Avon, IN) 

Sophomore, Environmental 
Science 

Cox, Ian James Allan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Cox, Jackie Lynn 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Freshman. Psychology, 
Physiological Sciences 
Delta Chi Lambda 
Cox, Jennifer E 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Studio Art 
Cox, Jennifer L. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 
Sciences 

Cox, Jessica Mary 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology, - 
Communication 
APASA Board Of Directors, 
Ata Tae Kwon-Do , FASA, 
Aaca, Carondelet Hospice, 
Newman Center Choir 
IVere proud of you. We love 
you. Have a bright future! Love 
Mom and Dad 
Cox, Julianne F. 
(Oal< Parl<, CA) 
Sophomore, Family Studies & 
Human Devei 
Cox, Julie Beth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Sociology 
Cox, Katherine Anne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Cox, Laurel Mae 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 
Arabic 
Chi Omega, Primus 



Cox, Mark Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Swimming, Soccer, BBQS 

Cox, Michael John 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Cox, Scott S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agriculture 

Coxall, Chrlsta Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Coxon, Danielle E. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Coyle, Heather J. 

(Safford, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Coyle, Scott Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Coyne, Michael A. 

(Gold River, CA) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Coyne, Zachary Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Business 

CozzettI, Jessica Leigh 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business. Art 

History 

Crable, Jessica Marie 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Crabtree, Loretta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Crabtree, Noel Thomas 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Cracchlolo, Melissa Andrea 

(Gardnerville. NV) 

Freshman. Pre-Business 

Camp Wild Cats Club, Lady 

Hoop Club 

Cracovaner, James Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cracovaner, Tom B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Cradlck,Tess Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Craft, Amy Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Craft, Dana K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Craft, Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Crago, Jevelyn Suzanne 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Craig, Alexis Jo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Craig, Amy L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Craig, Briana Elyse 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Craig, David J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering 

Management 

Craig, Kevin E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Craig, Kyle Wayne 

(Oracle, AZ) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Craig, Matthew T 

(Oracle, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Craig, Robert E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 



Craig, Summer Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Craigie, Rachel Mary 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, Family 

Studies And Human 

Development 

Crain, Aja Christine 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

U Of A Club Volleyball, Pre- 

Vet Club 

Crain, Austin Ulysses 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Craine, Erin M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Craine, Jennifer C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Cramer, Holly Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Cramer, Jake J 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development, 

Business 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Crance, Jessica L 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology, 

Chemistry/Spanish 

Volleyball 

Crandall, Danielle Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Theatre Arts, Reading 

Crandall, David James 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Junior. Studio Art 

Music, Painting, 

Crandall, Robert James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Physics 

Crandall, Tyler Benjamin 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Crane, Catharyn Carlsa 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Crane, Christopher E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics 

Crane, Evan J 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering Physics 

Craney, Thomas Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cranmer, Briana Mongini 

(Cottonwood, AZ) 

Senior, Physiology. Chemistry 

Cranston, Tara Nicole 

(Mesa. AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Crary, Taylor Hall 

(San Jose, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Craten, Jaime 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Cratic, Leonard III 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. Electrical 

Engineering 

Craven, Jill S. 

(Livermore, CA) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Craven, Leah N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Optical Sciences & 

Engineering 

Cravener, Carrie Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Crawford, Benjamin Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Muscial Theatre 



Crawford, Christopher John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Linguistics 

Crawford, Christopher Leiter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Crawford, Erin Colleen 

(Newport Beach. CA) 

Senior. Elementary Education 

Delta Gamma, Dean's List, 

Surfing, Hangin' With Friends 

Crawford, Ernest Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mathematics 

Crawford, Harrison B. 

(Phoenix. AZ) 

Junior. Psychology 

Men's Lacrosse Team 

Crawford, James Allan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Veterinary Science 

Crawford, Jeffrey Michael 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Crawford, Jessica Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts, 

Business/sociology 

Women's Club Volleyball 

Crawford, Jonathan A 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Economics, In 

Mathematics 

Crawford, Kara Ann 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Crawford, Kristine A. 

(Mountain View, CA) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Crawford, Lindsey M 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Crawford, Matthew Charles 

(Denver, CO) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Psychology 

Kappa Sigma 

Crawford, Matthew Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior Geological 

Engineering 

Crawford, Niedra Nichole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Crawford, Patrick Kim 

(Yuma. AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Crawford, Stephanie Bell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Pre-Nursing 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Crawford, Steven Charles 

(Nogales. AZ) 

Junior, Music, Pre-Health 

Being Alive 

Crawford, Vanessa Mcgee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Astronomy 

Crawshaw, James Douglas 

(Valley Center, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Sigma Pi, Football, Ride Dirt 

Bikes, Surfing, Music 

Crebbs, Sean Keegan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. No Major Selected 

Creek, Michael Wayne 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior. Pre-Computer Science 

Creekman, Alexander Pierce 

(Reno. NV) 

Sophomore. Regional 

Development 

Crehan, Kimberley Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Crelghton, Christina Mabel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Crelghton, Jennifer L. 

(West Lebanon, NH) 

Senior, Elementary Education 



Crelghton, Rachel Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Creith, Richard Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Creitoff, Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Cress, Erin Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Crews, Tuesday Alexis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. Pre-Business 

Crick, Kyle Richard 

(Globe, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Criddle, David Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Crigler, Chelsea Ruth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Crim, Katie Faye 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Crimmins, Jacob Pregulman 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman. Pre-Business 

Crine, Natalie A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Crisostomo, Dominic BIaz 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Criss, Sara Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

Crissman, Lindsay N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Crist, Katharine T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Crist, Kelly Elizabeth 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Cristi, Carlos Andres 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Psychology 

Rugby, Soccer, Paintball, 

Partying, Chilling 

Rugby 

Cristofori, Benjamin G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Cristofori, Evan Dean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Critchley, Neil Duncan 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Crites, Andrew E 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Criteser, Cara T. 

(El Mirage, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Crivello, Salvatore Mario 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Croce, Giuseppe A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Crocker, Kevin Mark 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Crocker, Kindra A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing, Spanish 

Crocker, Sean Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 



Crockett, Thomas Mccallie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Crocombe, Robert William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Computer Science 

Croft, Nicole D 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy, 

Spanish 

Croft, Robert Nathaniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Croitor, Mia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art Education 

Cromar, Megan S 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

Senior, English 

Cromwell, Michael 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cromwell, Virginia Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Cronenberg, Christopher E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Cronenberg, Kimberly Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Croner, H. Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre 

Production 

Cronican, William Patrick 

(Albuquerque. NM) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Cronk, Asher Johnson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Cronk, Katherine Mikelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Crooks, Rebecca Ann 

(Prior Lake, MN) 

Junior. Political Science. 

American Indian Studies 

Crooks, Ryan William 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Junior. Mechanical 

Engineering 

Theta Tau. Baseball. Track 

Crookston, Jonathan 

Douglas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Crookston, Rachel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. History 

Cross, Danielle M 

(Ypsilanti. Ml) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Cross, Ian Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Cross, James J 

(Buckeye, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cross, John C. 

(Buckeye, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Cross, Michael Manthei 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Cross, Whittney Nicole 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Spanish 

Crossman, Christopher 

Joseph 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science, 

Mathematics 

Anime, Games, Writing 

Fiction. 



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Directory • 351 



Crossman, Kimberly M. 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Sopliomore, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Baseball (Atlanta Braves), 
Film, Dance, Literature, Poetry 
(Boris Pasternak), 
Scrapbooldng 

Crosswait, Daniel Richard 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Sophomore, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Music 

Crosswell, Hailey 
(North Ogden, UT) 
Sophomore, Civil Engineering 
Crosthwait, Kyle David 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Media Arts 
Croswell, Rebecca Elizabeth 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Crothers, Daniel 
(Tempo, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 
Kappa Sigma 
Crouch, Caroline 
Freshman, Nutritional 
Sciences, Chemistry 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Crouch, Coby 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Crouthers, Christina Dawn 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 
Crowder, Christopher Shea 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, History 
Crowe, Amanda Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Linguistics, 
Spanish 

Crowe, Casey Dylan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Journalism 
Crowe, Christopher Keith 
(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Crowe, David Paul 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Finance 
Crowe, Jennifer Helene 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Science Education 
Crowe, Terrence James 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Crowe, Trevor Thornton 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Communication 
Crowell, Brynne E. 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology, Business/communica- 
tion Thematic 

Alternative Breal<s, Combined 
Training (horseback Riding) 
Crowell, Zachary Matthew 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Studio Art 
Crowley, Andrea M. 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Physiological Sciences 
Crowley, Christine Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Dance 
Crowley, Kathleen Briscoe 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Marketing 
Crozler, Beth Robert 
(Pinetop, AZ) 
Junior, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Crudo, Dana 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior, Journalism 
Crudo, Richard Anthony 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Junior, Physics, Mathematics 
Physics, Space Exploration, 
Philosophy 



352 • Directory 



Crulckshank, Andra Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Crum, Bethany Nadlne 

(Glendale. AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Crum, Cassldy 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Varsity Volleyball, Mary Roby 

Award Winner, 

Congratulations on four great 

years of volleyball and scfiool. 

You are awesome! Love f\/lom 

& Dad 

Crum, Louis Curt 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Crumb, Andrea Lynne 

(Lennox, SD) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Crumbacher, Laura Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Cruse, Amanda Marie 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Crutchfleld, Bradley A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cruz, Alexis Y 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cruz, Alice Ann 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Cruz, Denise Badllla 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cruz, Gabriel A. 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, No Major Selected 

Cruz, Gloria Maria Trevin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Pain Pre-Nursing Club 

Cruz, HIram-jesus Felipe 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Cruz, Jenna L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cruz, Jose Ignacio 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Cruz, Justine R 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cruz, Lisa A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Cruz, Lourdes Vanessa 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Cruz, Lynda Alana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Cruz, Maria-Alicia G. 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

F.A.C.E.S.. 

Cruz, Marta Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Cruz, RIcIc A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Spanish 

Cruz, Suzan 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, Communication, 

Spanish 

Swimming 

Cruz, Teresa Johanna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Cruz, Timothy Nathanaei 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 



Cruz, Valerie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Cubbon, Ian William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineehng 

Cublllas, Cellna Andrea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Cublllas, Marco Antonio, Jr. 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Biochemistry, Pre-Law 

Ambassadors For Christ 

Cubley, Rebecca L. 

(Willcox, AZ) 

Senior, interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Cudllo, Joanna A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Cuellar, Eduardo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Religious Studies 

Cuellar, Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Cuellar, Esther Valadez 

(Austin, TX) 

Senior, Chminal Justice, 

Public Management 

Cuen, Ryan Michael 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Cuen, William 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 

Cuestas, Gabriel Jose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Environ 

Hydrology & W/ater 

Cuevas, Elizabeth 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Cuevas-gomez, Nicolas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Cuislnler, Jean-luc Conrad 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agriculture 

Culgin, Allyson Joan 

(Boston, MA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Cullen, Gary John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Cullen, Nell Nalani 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

Culler, Richard Corey 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 

Engineehng 

Culligan, Christina Marie 

(Payscn, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Education, - Art Education 

Art, Theater, Swimming, 

Fashion Design, Theta Alpha 

Pi, Community Service 

Projects 

Culllnane-cooper, Erin 

Constance 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Cullivan, Kristal Sue 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Culver, Garrett M 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Public Management 

Culwell, Anthony Lawrence 

(Keizer, OR) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Cummlngs, Alan Patrick 

(Mancos, CO) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cummlngs, Brett Michael 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 



Cummlngs, Bryan Keith 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Cummings, Colleen M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, German Studies 

Cummlngs, Delrdre K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Cummlngs, Gregory S. 

(Mancos, CO) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences, 

Chemistry 

Cummlngs, Jennifer Lee 

(Leawood, KS) 

Freshman, Communication, 

Spanish 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Cummlngs, Kathleen 

Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Cummins, Benjamin H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Cummins, Erilnda Jelyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Cummins, Justin Reld 

(Bellaire, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cumpston, Meghan A. 

(Red Bluff, CA) 

Junior, Veterinary Science, 

Chemistry 

Music, Sports, Play On The U 

Of A Volleyball Team! 

Cuneo, Andrea Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Cuneo, Dianne R. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Cuneo, Matthew Peder 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Cunlal, Alyssa F 

(Agoura Hills, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Cunllffe, Erika Kali 

(Tiburon, CA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Cunningham, Amanda 

Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Cunningham, Jennifer M 

(Irvine, CA) 

Junior, Finance 

Cunningham, John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Cunningham, Levi T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Cunningham, Michelle 

Kathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Cunningham, Patrick Ryan 

(San Diego, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Cunningham, Rebecca Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Cunningham, Sol Jacob 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Agriculture 

Cunningham, Stephanie 

Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, East Asian 

Studies 

Cuoco, James Joseph 

(Marana, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Cupell, Kelly Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art History 



Curcio, Jennie-Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Pre-Counseling 

Circle K International, Family 

Counseling Agency Volunteer 

Cure, LIndsey 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, East Asian 

Studies 

Curiale, Charlene F. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Curlel, Lizette 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Curl, Brian Alexander 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Curley, Kiernan S 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, History Psychology 

Rugby, Sigma Chi Fraternity, 

Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law 

Fraternity 

Curley, NIel Anders 

(Housto, TX) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Curran, Justin Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Curran, Kelley Marie 

(Barrington, IL) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Curran, Natalie Cecelia 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Chemistry 

Christianity, Ahzona Blue Chip 

Program 

Curran, Nicole Nellie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Blue Chip Leadership 

Program, Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Currle, Justin P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Currier, Amanda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Education 

Tae-Kwon-Doe 

Curry, Janelle Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Curry, Katherlne M. 

(Jackson Hole, WY) 

Senior, Nursing 

Curry, Meghan M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Curry, Michael J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Curry, Yu-yong 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Curti, Christopher T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Curtis, Ashley Reed 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education, 

Deaf Studies And Special 

Education And Rehabilitation 

Dancing (Modern Dance And 

Belly Dance), Sign Language 

Association 

Curtis, Brandon William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Curtis, Cole Ezeklel 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development, 

Planning 



Curtis, Cortney 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Curtis, Francesqua A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Animal Sciences 

Curtis, Hannah Lucille 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Curtis, Jenna Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Curtis, Kelly Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Curtis, Kevin Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Curtis, Lauren Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Curtis, Linsey Elizabeth 

(Ada, Ml) 

Senior, Psychology 

Curtis, Matthew David 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Curtis, Peter Sean 

(Sparta, NJ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Curtis, Sheena A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Microbiology 

Curzl, William Alexander 

(Orinda, CA) 

Junior, Chemical Engineehng 

Cusack, Mark Jeffrey 

(Canton, MA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Cuscuna, Max William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Cushing, Wendy Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 

Cusick, Christy Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Cussick, Justin S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Custer, Tricia Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Cutrone, Carly Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art, 

Business 

Water Skiing, Rock Climbing, 

Square Dancing 

Cutrufo, Candace N 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, Italian 

Air Force ROTC, Viola - Civic 

Orchestra Of Tucson 

Cutslnger, James Lee 

(Hillsborough, CA) 

Senior, Communication 

Cutter, Casey Patrick 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Sigma Pi, Guitar, Music, 

Rocking Out., Ua Men's 

Volleyball Team, Sigma Pi 

Fraternity 

Cutwright, Sam Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Cwlk, David Jeffrey 

(Western Spgs, IL) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

CybulskI, Alicia N 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

CychowskI, Agatha 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

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Sophomore, Geological 

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Cyrus, Samantha L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

CzerskI, Elizabeth M. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Administration 

Czerw, Travis C. 

(Flower Mound, TX) 

Sophomore, History 

Czupryna, Daniel Benjamin 

(Schaumburg, IL) 

Senior, Engineering 

Management 

ASEM American Society Of 

Engineering Management, 

Vice Pr President Of 

Programming 

Czyzon, Annell Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Daane, Joanna J 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

DabunI, Omar Z 

(West Covina, CA) 

Junior, Economics, 

Psychology 

Sigma Chi Alumni 

Dacey, Jane Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dachenhausen, Ryan J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dad, Changlz 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

D'AddIo, Amy Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Dadlch, Leah Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art History 

Daffron, Benjamin J. 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Junior, Chminal Justice 

Dagnino, Candlce N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

Psychology/Spanish 

Dagnino, Gustavo Alonso, 

Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Dahlll, Charles F. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Astronomy 

Dahlll, Kenneth Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dahl, Amanda Louise 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Chi Omega, Dean's List, 

Order Of Omega, Chimes, 

Gymnastics Coach 

Dahl, Jonathan Andrew 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Dahl, Nikolai Tyler 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Alpha Phi Omega, Chemistry 

Club, Pre-Pharmacy Club 

Dahlberg, Megan Ruth 

(Fountain Hills, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Dahlberg, Sean Emmanuel 

(Rio Rancho, NM) 

Junior, Dance 

Dahlem, Matthew C. 

(Santa Monica, CA) 

Junior, Finance 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Dahlqulst, Kyle Clifford 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dahlstrom, Marcus N 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 



Dahms, Alanna Ann 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Dahra, NIpun 

(New Delhi) 

Senior, Computer 

Engineering, Mathematics 

Sports 

Dal, Ian Gregory 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Daldone, Karen T 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Chi Omega, Dance, Softball, 

Sports Marketing Association 

Dalkoku, Jin Ichiro 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Senior, East Asian Studies, 

Psychology 

Cross Country Track And 

Field 

Dalley, Martha Lisa 

(Shiprock - Navajo Nation, 

NM) 

Senior, Creative Wnting, 

American Indian Studies 

Reading, Writing, Traveling 

Dally, Ian Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering Physics 

Dally, Jamie Althea 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Social Studies 

Dally, Layne K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Dais, Jennifer K. 

(Green Bay Wl) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Sigma Kappa, Basketball 

Dake, Jessica B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Dal, Molln Ben 

(Globe, AZ) 

Senior, Wildlife 

Dal, Molln Tyler 

(Globe, AZ) 

Freshman, Agh Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

Dalberth, Lindsay Aryn 

(Wellington, PL) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Daldrup, Edith Eleanor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Dale, Stephanie Leigh 

(Waterford, VA) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Dalebourne, Shanica C 

(Altadena, CA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Dalenberg, Alexander David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

D'Alesslo, Daniella Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Daley, John Michael 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Daley, Jonathan Barth 

(Westlake Village, CA) 

Freshman, Chemical 

Engineering 

Kappa Sigma 

Daley, Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dalton, Andrea H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Dalton, Chad W. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Dalton, Graciela E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Dalton, Miranda Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 



Daly, Courtney D. 

(Encino, CA) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Daly, ErInT 

(Austin, TX) 

Junior, Political Science 

Daly, Thomas Herrick 

(N Andover, MD) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Daly, Tricia J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Dalzell, Casey Ellen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dambeck, Abigail Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

DambrowskI, James M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Damewood, Adam Clay 

(Severn, MD) 

Sophomore, Classics 

Damgar, James E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

DamianI, Pamela R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Damlano, Matthew E 

(Tuscon, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Damico, Chelsea 

Sophomore, Journalism 

D'AmIco, Denise 

(Woodside, CA) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

D'amico, John Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Water Polo 

Damommlo, Anna Maria 

(Dallas, TX) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Music 

Damon, Erica 

(Fort Defiance, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Thematic 

Chi Alpha Epsilon Honorary, 

National Society Of Collegiate 

Scholars, Student Enrichment 

Program 

Damon, Steven Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing, 

Sociology 

D'Amore, Thomas John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Education 

Damwijk, Kamaya R 

(Poway, CA) 

Senior, Communication 

Dan, Kelvin P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Danaher, Ryan A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Dancy, Jeanine B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Dandorf, Stewart James 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Danehy, Alexander B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Dang, Alfred Masta 

(Orinda, CA) 

Freshman, University College 

Kappa Alpha, Basketball, 

Meeting New People, Surfing, 

Snowboarding, Long Boarding 



Dang, Christopher T. 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Sociology 

Law, Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law 

Fraternity- President, Mock 

Trial 

Dang, Dlletta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Dang, Hien Quang 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Dang, Jennifer MInh-Tam 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology, Psychology 

Dang, Kenneth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Danh,ThlenThi 

(Boston, MA) 

Junior, Psychology Sociology 

Cooking 

Daniel, Gregory Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Daniel, Jeremy Alexander 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, Ecology, Geology 

Paleontology J. Alfred 

Prufrock Society 

Daniel, Monica F. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Danlelescu, Lavlnia Andreea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Daniels, Cassle Anne 

(Torrance, CA) 

Senior, English, Environmental 

Science 

U Of A Women's Soccer 

Team, Phi Kappa Phi National 

Honor Society, Golden Key 

National Honor Society 

Daniels, Derek A 

(Tudson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Daniels, Eric James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Daniels, Melissa Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Danlelson, Kathryn Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Dankmeyer, Ryan Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Danloe, Alyssa Lorraine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Dannemlller, Christopher 

Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Dannemlller, Erin E. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences, Special Education 

Pride Of Arizona Marching 

Band, Pride Of Arizona 

Winterguard 

Danzer, Crystal Anne 

(Carmel Valley CA) 

Sophomore, Dance 

Dao, Chris T 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Dao, Christine Phuong 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Darbandl, David A. 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Persian 

Darby, Alex J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, No Selected 



Darche, Peter Marshall 

(San Anselmo, CA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Darlan, Anna Cristlna 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Dance, Fitness, Phi Beta 

Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Golden 

Key International Honor 

Society Pi Sigma Alpha 

Thank you for everything. You 

are a wonderful person. 

Congratulations! 

Darlotis, Alison June 

(Carmichael, CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Darling, Christopher 

Hamilton 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Darling, Ernestlna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Darling, Kyle Ryan 

(Manhattan Beach, CA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Darmawan, Indru 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Accounting 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Darmitzel, Andrew M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Darnell, Alexis Jae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Darragh, Charles Alexander 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Darragh, James M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Business 

Economics 

Darre, KImberly 

(Scotssdale, AZ) 

Senior, Communication, 

Journalism 

Delta Delta Delta, Women's 

Club Volleyball, Student 

Alumni Assoc, Arizona 

Ambassadors 

Darrow, Jennifer Nicole 

(Fort Hood, TX) 

Freshman, Near Eastern 

Studies, Arabic And Hebrew 

Darvas, Jaclyn Sarah 

(Plainview, NY) 

Senior, Marketing 

Das, Anindlta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Dash, Eliot Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dashlell, Lisa D 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Atmospheric Sciences, 

Spanish- Second 

Dasllva, Nicole L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dasllva, Nicole Marie 

(Newark, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

PA.I.N., U Of A Pre-Nursing 

Club 

Datnoff, Jacob L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Datny, Thomas 

(Livingston, NJ) 

Junior, Economics, Business 

Administration 

Datrl, Lindsay Andrlna 

(El Paso, TX) 

Senior, Studio Art 






Datta, Neha Kumarl 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Daubert, Katherlne Marie 
(Chandler, AZ) 
Senior, Anthropology 
Dauenhauer, Jeff Falrall 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 
Daugherty, Brian J 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 
Engineering 

Daugherty, Jason Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Daugherty, Michael C. 
(Danville, CA) 
Senior, Marketing, 
Entrepreneurship 
Daum, KobI A. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
D'auria, Nicole Terena 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Dave, Ami Harikrishna 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Davee, Joel T 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Spanish 
Davee, Michael T 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Davenport, Cameron Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Davenport, Devin Joubert 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Davenport, Shelll Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Art Education 
Davenport, Stephanie Anne 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Davey, AnnabelleT 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Freshman, Anthropology 
Davia, Dominic 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre- 
Communication 
David, Brandon Christopher 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Regional 
Development 
David, Cassalyn Ann 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior, Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

David, Julia Miriam 
(San Francisco, CA) 
Freshman, Pre-Education, 
Music 

English, Volleyball, Soccer 
David, Nicole Lee 
(Manhattan Beach, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Davldoff, Brent 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Davidson, Andrew Gregory 
(Lake Forest, CA) 
Freshman, Aerospace 
Engineering 
Davidson, Andrew J 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business, 
Pre-Computer Science 
Davidson, Ashley R 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Senior, French 



Directory • 353 



Davidson, Bryan Richard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Davidson, Daniel W 

(Joshua, TX) 

Sophomore, History, Pre-Law 

AFROTC 

Davidson, Jeffrey S. 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

International Business, Tennis, 

Surfing, Diving, Rocl< Climbing 

Davidson, Peter Alan 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Davidson, Robert P. 

(Nashville, TN) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Davidson, Trislia Louise 

Senior, English, Linguistics 

And Chinese 

Davies, Asliley Marie 

(Salinas, CA) 

Junior, Economics 

Davies, Lindsey J. 

(Sun Lakes, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Davies, IVIarin Lee 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing, Pre- 

Health Thematic 

Davies, Taylor Evangeline 

(Seattle, WA) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Davila, Lisette Cfiavez 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Health 

Education 

Davila-Knighton, IVIichelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Davin, Bethany L 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Management, Reliability And 

Quality Control 

Sigma Kappa, ASEM, College 

Republicans 

Davis, Adam Jonathan 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Davis, Alexandra E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Davis, Alison Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Davis, Allison K 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Davis, Alyssa Albrecht 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Davis, Amanda Ashley 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Ecology 

Davis, Andre D 

(Encinitas, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Davis, Anne M. 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Junior, Dance 

Davis, Ben M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Davis, Cameron Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Geosciences 

Davis, Christina N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Davis, Christina Nicole 

(Chula Vista, CA) 

Junior, General Biology 

Davis, Christopher P. 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Senior, Liberal Studies 



354 • Directory 



Davis, Christopher Scott 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical & 

Environ Engineering 

Reading, Movies, Computers, 

Intervarsity 

Davis, Clifton C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Davis, Courtney A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Theatre Arts 

Davis, Craig Eric 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Davis, David Leo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Davis, Debra Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Astronomy 

Davis, Deena Kim 

(Paradise Valley AZ) 

Junior, Theatre Arts, French 

Camp Wildcat 

Davis, Donald Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Davis, Donovan Demetrius 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering 

Management 

Davis, Drew B. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Davis, Emily 

(Phoenis, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing, 

Spanish 

Traveling, Dance, 

Volunteering, Language 

Davis, Eric Galen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Davis, Erin E. 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Davis, Gayla Janelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Davis, Gordon A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Davis, Hillary Suzanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Davis, James Alvaro 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Microbiology, 

Chemistry 

Davis, James Gibson 

(Morenci, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Davis, Jamie E 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Eller Ambassador 

Davis, Jason Paul 

(Greenbrae, CA) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice, 

English 

Sports-Football, Lacrosse 

Davis, Jay Tyler 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Davis, Jennifer l\Aarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Davis, Jeremy Lucas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Davis, Jeremy IVIichael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Davis, Judy A 

(Muskegon, Ml) 

Sophomore, English, Studio 

Art 



Davis, Karl M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Davis, Katy Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Davis, Kelli Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Davis, Kenneth Robert 

(Rialto, CA) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Spanish 

Music, Football, My Kids 

Davis, Kent Fritchoff 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Phi Delta Theta 

Davis, Kevin M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Davis, Khrystyl A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Davis, Kneshia Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Davis, Kristin M. 

(Aurora, CO) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Davis, Lindsay R 

(Vail. AZ) 

Junior, Industiral Engineehng 

Davis, Lindsey Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior. Nursing 

Davis, Lonnie E., Jr. 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education, Political 

Science 

International Travel, Sports, 

And Languages, Intramural 

Basketball, Refuge, Shpe 

Davis, Lyndsey Hofius 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Davis, Maren S. 

(Fountain Hills, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education, 

Spanish 

Davis, Mary C 

(Phoenix. AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Davis, Matthew C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Davis, Matthew Grant 

(Napa, CA) 

Senior, Communication 

Davis, Matthew Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Davis, Matthew T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Davis, Max Alexander 

(Hollywood, FL) 

Freshman, Latin American 

Studies, Environmental 

Science 

Theta Nu Xi, Hang Gliding. 

Sky Diving. Roller Skating, 

Soils, Basketball, Swimming, 

Walking 

Davis, Megan E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Davis, Meghan Michelle 

(Tucson) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Sociology 

Davis, Michael Anthony 

(Morenci, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Davis, Michael Taro 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Davis, Michael Thomas 

(Lake Oswego, OR) 

Senior, Political Science 



Davis, Michelle Eilene 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology, 
Spanish 
Davis, Oliver J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics 
Davis, Patrick James 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 
Davis, Regina Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Linguistics 
Davis, Reilly Leonard 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Davis, Richard Quinro 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Studio Art 
Davis, Rishard W 
(Maplesville, AL) 
Sophomore, Agri Tech Mgmt & 
Educ 

Davis, Robert Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 
Davis, Robin Claire 
(Albuquerque, NM) 
Freshman. Pre-Nursing 
Davis, Sara Storm 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Nursing 
Davis, Sarah E. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism, Pre-Law 
Producer- UATV's Wildcast ( 
Uatv Is The Student Ru, 
Station On Campus) 
Davis, Sarah Kathleen 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
Davis, Seth John 
(Flagstaff, AZ) 
Senior, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Davis, Stacia Anne 
(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 
Davis, Taurean A 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 
Davis, Theodore Eric 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, English 
Davis, Thomas M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Creative Writing 
Davis, Tyler Wood 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, No Major Selected 
Davis, Whitney Lorraine 
(Hyannis, MA) 
Freshman. Pre- 
Communication 
Davis, Zachary Blair 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Senior. Chemistry 
Davison, Brock G. 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Junior. Pre-Business 
Davison, Jennifer Elizabeth 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Senior. Wildlife 
Dawahoya, Shelley Marie 
(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Public Management & 
Policy 

Dawes, Peter A 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Junior. Pre-Business 
Dawson, Amanda Jean 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Chi Omega 
Dawson, Harmony J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Elementary Education 
Dawson, Ian M. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Aerospace 
Engineering, Mechanical 
Engineering 



Dawson, Kylee Nichole 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Journalism 
Dawson, Megan Y 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Senior. Marketing 
Dawson, Michelle Kaye 
(Tucson. AZ) 
Freshman. Pre-Nursing 
Dawson, Nicholas David 
(Tucson. AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 
Dawson, Sarah Elizabeth 
(Cornville, AZ) 
Senior, General Biology 
Dawson, Stephen Charles 
(Indian Wells, CA) 
Junior, Accounting 
Dawson, Tiffany Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, History 
Dawson, Tristan Gordon 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Day, Jacqueline N 
(Glendale, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology, Political 
Science/ Spanish 
Resident Assistant, Blue Chip, 
Psi Chi, Gamma Beta Phi 
Honor Society- Co President 
Day, John 
(Frankfort, IL) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Day, Katharina Jeanette 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 
Day, Samuel Evan 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Daya, Jaclyn Marie 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Dayton, Robert Guy 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Pre-Pharmacy 
De, Alva Adienne 
(Marana, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
De, Buano Rocky 
(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Special Education & 
Rehab 

De, Dios Jan 
(Glendale, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Business 
De, Filippis Carlo 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics 
De, Geus Aimee 
(Stillwater, OK) 
Sophomore. Studio Art 
De, Roon Sean 
(Mesa. AZ) 

Junior. Argi Economics & 
Management 
De, Young Lori 
(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman. Veterinary Science 
De Gregorio, Karen Marie 
(San Carlos. CA) 
Freshman. Pre-Business, Pre- 
Law 

Alpha Chi Omega 
De La Cerda, Victoria Ramos 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
De La Ossa, Jessica Lauren 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

De La Ossa, Samantha 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Art History 
U Of A Football Equipment 
Staff 

De La Paz, Kristin 
(Pasadena, CA) 
Junior, Pre-Communication 
Pi Beta Phi 

De La Riva, Alma Natalie 
(Rio Rico, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Education 



De La Rosa, Christine Yvette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

De La Rosa, Joseph 

Conrado 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

De La Rosa, Kevin Goralnik 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development, 

General Business 

Administration 

Economic Development, 

Soccer, Basketball. Ssi, 

De La Rosa, Maria M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Science Education 

De La Vara, Joelle Luisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

De Lorenzo, John Emiyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

De Marni, Julie Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

De Sa, AntarTarik 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Dea, Kole J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Deacon, Cathryn E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Deacon, Kristine Nicole 

(Cave Creek. AZ) 

Sophomore. Pre-Education 

Deakin,Tom E 

(Sierra Vista. AZ) 

Sophomore. Engineering 

Physics 

Dean, Ashley E. 

(Boxborough. MA) 

Sophomore, Geological 

Engineering 

Dean, Christopher J 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior. Physics 

Dean, Kristen Ann 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Senior. Nursing 

Dean, Molly Rachel 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Graduate, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Sigma Kappa. Women's 

Resource Center, Project 

Volunteer, Project Shine, 

Sigma Kappa, Study Abroad 

Dean, Nolan Grant 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Dean, Thomas R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Deanda, Carly 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Deanda, Karma Leia 

(Surprise, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Deanda, Teresa Crystal 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Deandrade, Ronald III 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Deane, Frank Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Deardorf, Sara Jane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Civil Engineehng 

Dearing, Laura 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Deasis, Alvaro N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 



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Deats, Dana Michelle 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Delta Delta Delta 

Deats, Michael D 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science, 

English, Mathematics 

Computers, Paintball, Video 

Games, Skiing, 

Wakeboarding, Biking. 

Deaver, Aaron Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Debal<e, Marl< A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Debalico, Nicole Renee 

(Redwood City, CA) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Debaroncelli, Nicolle Joan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Debarros, Marl( H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Debenedetti, Anne Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Debenedetto, Devin Ryan 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Deberry, Chelsea M 

(Tustin, CA) 

Freshman, University College 

Delta Delta Delta 

Deberry, Tyler Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Public 

Management & Policy 

Debiasse, Leigh Taylor 

(Lawrence, KS) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Spanish 

Intramurals 

Debois, Marcie Jean 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Debold, Amanda Lynne 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

FFA, 4-H 

Deborde, Daniel R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geosciences 

Debrino, Jennifer Cole 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

The Arizona Blue Chip 

Program 

Decaire, Adam Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Decarlo, Meianie Marie 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Decarr, Danielle Nicole 

(Huntington Beach, CA) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Decater, Derel< Alan 

(Sammamish, WA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Deck, Andrew Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Decker, Jason R. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Decker, Kathleen Marie 

(Green Valley AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Decoudreaux, Justin Ernan 

Pierre 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 



Dedecker, Alexander 
Stephen 

(Appleton, Wl) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science, Pre-Medicine 

Kappa Alpha, Partying, 

Chilling Wit The Crew, 

Paintball, Video, Games, Ping 

Pong, Football 

Dederer, Jacob Lindstrom 

(Rolling Hills, CA) 

Senior, Political Science, - 

English 

Deeds, Colin M 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Deem, Anna Louise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Deem, John Keith 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 

Deemer, Paul M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Deer, James Atkinson 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Deering, Rebecca Mcgrath 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Deerinwater, Julie Ann 

(Marana, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Defeo, Aaron A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Defer, Michael William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Defiiippo, Kevin James 

(Green Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Deford, Nicole Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Deforrest, Mariene Frances 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Degeus, Aiisa Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Degner, Marissa Caroline 

(Los Altos, CA) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Degomez, Birch M. 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Degomez, Mary Camille 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education, 

Spanish 

Degreen, Laura Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Degroff, Marcus J 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Degu, Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Deguardi, Stephen, ill 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Deguire, Adam Christopher 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Dehaybi, Sarah Lauren 

(Kingman, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science, Near Eastern 

Studies 

Hospice, Volunteering, Hiking, 

Traveling, Msa, Camp Wild 

Cat, Research 

Dehdashti, Haudi M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 



Dehdashti, Nouralhoda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Deherrera, Thomas Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Deininger, Nicholas Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Deitch, Melissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Deitch, Samantha D 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior, Journalism, Sociology 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, Design 

Deitemeyer, Richard Ray 

(Westlake Village, CA) 

Senior, Philosophy 

Deiters, Katherine K. 

(Depere, Wl) 

Senior, Psychology, Family 

Studies And Human 

Development 

Dejesus, Edwin Garcia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

DeJong,Thea Lynnette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Dejonghe, Aida Valenzuela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Sociology 

Dekker, Joseph A 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Del, Hoyo Francisca 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Del, Real Amy 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Del Giorgio, Shannen Deann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Del Rio, Adrienne L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Del Rio, Christina M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dela Cruz, Julieann Paladin 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Pride Of Arizona 

Delaat, Lauren A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Delagrange, Christopher 

Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Delahanty, Meianie Monique 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Delamotte, Edwin H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Delaney, Ian C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Theatre Production 

Delaney, Sean Richard 

(Orange, CT) 

Senior, Political Science 

Delarosa, Joel G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Management 

Delaura, Chad Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Delbridge, Marco David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 



Deleon, Grace Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Deleon, Nelson, Jr. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

SHPE 

Deleree, Cheryl Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Delfin, Maricris Dogeno 

(Riverside, CA) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering, 

In Mathematics 

Community Service, 

Research, Avid Fan Of 

Arizona, Wildcats (Men's 

Basketball Team), Dm Pinoyz 

Delfs, Jamie D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Delfs, Jessica Dawn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication, 

Business Management 

Arizona Sports Marketing 

Association 

Delgadillo, Pamela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 

Delgadillo, Viviana 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Delgado, Ariana Cristina 

(Vail, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Spanish 

Delgado, C Peter 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Social Studies 

Delgado, Charlene Maureen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Delgado, Lourdes Patricia 

(Hereford, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Delgado, Melissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Delgado, Ryan Nicholas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Delgado, Timothy David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Delta Sigma Phi, Greek Life, 

Lifting, Hanging With Family 

And Friends, Being Successful 

In School And Career 

D'Elia, Philip Jason 

(tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Delich, Alison C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Delich, Kathryn Suzanne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Delisa, Erin L 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science, Chemistry And Art 

History 

Wildcat Running Club, 

Campus Crusade For Christ 

Dellheim, Joshua Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Delman, Erica Michelle 

(St Louis Park, MN) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Delnoce, Kyle David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Management 

Delnoce, Paige Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 



Delong, Brynn Nicole 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Women's Studies 

Blue Chip, Young Democrats 

Delorenzo, Anthony F. 

(Carlsbad, CA) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Delos Santos, Liza Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Delott, Brian M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Delozier, Amy M 

(Honolulu, HI) 

Freshman, General Biology, 

Spanish 

Delp, Renee E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Del-pilar, Derrick Taylor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Creative Writing 

Delrincon, Lucinda 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Deluca, Vincent Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Delvecchio, Dominique M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Demadeira, James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Materials Science & 

Engineering 

Demaio, Christopher 

(Howell, NJ) 

Freshman, Psychology, 

Criminal Justice 

Volleyball, Punk Music, 

Movies, Sports 

Demaioribus, Susan Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Demar, Elizabeth L 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism, Music 

Alpha Delta Pi, Kemp Student 

Radio 

Demars, Lisette Hovelman 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Demars, Nicole Heimpel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Speech & 

Hearing Sciences 

Demartino, Linsay Amber 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Dematthews, Maryann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Dembowski, Robert Francis 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Demelio, Kimberly N. 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Demenna, Joseph Neal 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Demenna, Ryan Bolton 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Demeroutis, Alexandra 

Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Shopping, Travel, Music, 

Demeroutis, Angel William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Demery, Lorenzo J 

(Lynwood, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Demiit, Beth Rachel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 



. 



Demio, Katherine Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Demko, Kristen M. 

(Allentown, PA) 

Senior, Animal Sciences 

Demont, Angela Micheline 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science, Business 

Dempsey, Daniel Shurtleff 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Dempsey, Jessica Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dempsey, Lauren Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Dempsey, Maggie Jane 

(Elgin, IL) 

Senior, Dance 

Dempsey, Nicole R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Denecke, Samantha J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Dengler, Elizabeth Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Denipah, Nizhoni White-kai 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Denison, Emily Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Denker, Erin Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Dennany, James Richard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Dennard, Brennan J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dennehy, Amanda Lea 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice, 

Finance 

Alpha Kappa Psi 

Dennerline, Jessie 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Dennett, Jamielee 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Freshman, Anthropology 

Dennington, Boyd P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Microbiology 

Dennis, Jennifer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art Education 

Dennis, Mary M. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Dennis, Tiffany C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Dennison, Betsy Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Denny, Angelita Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Denny, Zachary Hardin 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Freshman, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Denoon, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Densmore, Victor Eugene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Mathematics 

Denson, Angela Sheri 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 



Directory • 355 



Dent, Benny Lawrence 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dent, Laura Jimena 

{Tempe, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

Spanish 

Denton, Elizabetti Sterling 

(Tucumcari, NM) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Denton, John W. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Performance 

Percussion 

Denton, Joseph Collin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Denton, Robert L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Denton, Tracey T 

(Chesterfield, MO) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Sociology 

Reformed University 

Fellowship (RUF), Asua Dir. Of 

Community Development, Phi 

Alpha Delta, Climbing, UAB 

Hunger Banquet Co-Director 

Dentz, Joe 

(Incline Villa, NV) 

Junior, No Selected 

Deoiiviera, Amber iVI 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Depascal, Nicholas C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Depasquale, Anthony 

Richard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, East Asian Studies 

Deptuia, Elizabeth iVIarie 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Air Force Reserve Officer 

Training Corps, Color Guard 

Depuydt, David G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Derham, iMatthew John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Dern, lUlichaei William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Derosa, Diana it^arie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agri & Biosystems 

Engineering 

Derosa, Nicole Ann 

(New London, CT) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Derose, iVIichael 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Derose, Steven 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Physics 

Derosia, Abigail Elizabeth 

(Marquette, Ml) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Derr, lUlatthew C. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Deruiter, John S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Desai, Eric Naren 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting, Finance 

Travel, Golf, Hiking, Hunting, 

Fishing, Auto Repair, Squash 

Desai, Harish Diieep 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Desai, Mehui IUIul<ui 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 



Desherlia, Joshua Brandon 

(Sunnyvale, CA) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Desiiet, Aimee K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Desiiet, Audrey H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Desimon, Katherine 

Elizabeth 

(Bartlett, IL) 

Freshman, Dance 

Absolutely Love The Dance 

Department 

Desmarais, Jason 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Desrochers, Genevieve A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Destasio, iVIichael A. 

(Bridgewater, NJ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Destasio, Travis Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Deswood, Anastasia 

(Tsaile, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Deterding, Jacob Peter 

(Carmichael, CA) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Deterding, Kristina N. 

(Kingman, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Deterding, Lul<e L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Deterville, Tyler Jayme 

(Woodland Hill, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Detro, Tanner Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Detwiier, Angela A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Deurioo, Rachel Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Deurioo, Sarah E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Deutch, Adam J 

(Milwaukee, Wl) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Deutsch, Brian Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Deutsch, Diane Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Deutsch, Valerie L 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Dever, Kristen Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Devereaux, Emily 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Deverna, Rachel Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences, Thematic 

Devers, IMargaret K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art History 

Deverse, Justin S 

(Springervilie, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agri & 

Biosystems Engineering, Math 

President Of The Rodeo Club 



Deviile, Lauren iVIarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Devlne, Daniel Ray 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering, 

Electrical Engineering 

Golf, Snowboarding, And 

Ultimate Frisbee, Navigators 

And The Refuge 

Devita, Jacquelyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Devito, Daniel John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Devitt, Mathew Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Devlin, Sean C. 

(Los Altos, CA) 

Senior, Communication 

Devoille, Danielle Renee 

(Carnation, WA) 

Sophomore, Nursing 

Devor, Brian Winslow 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

Devore, Christine G 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Freshman, Veterinary Science 

Devore, Emily Lightfoot 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Devries, Reynolds 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Junior, Communication, Family 

Studies 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Ute are so proud of you and 

hope you enjoy every minute 

at University of Arizona! Love, 

rvlom & Dad 

Dewan, Milan Mahesh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Physics 

Dewandel, Eric William 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology 

Dewey, Juniper Leah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Dewey, Matthew W 

(Salem, OR) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Dewing, Alison Rose 

(Redmond, WA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Dewitt, Alexis Leah 

(Germantown, OH) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Dewitt, Jennifer M 

(Bullhead City AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Dewitt, Jessica Noele 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Dewitt, Ryan Douglass 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Dewulf, JillianT 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Agri Tech Mgmt & 

Educ 

Deymier, Alix Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Materials Science & 

Engineering 

Dance: Ballet, Hip-hop, Jazz, 

Art 

Deyoung, Alana M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Deyoung, Christopher Henry 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Dezelan, Denita Anne 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Oezubeldia, Miguel R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics 



Dhanjal, Denise K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Di Leilo, Angela Marie 

Elizabeth Augu 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Russian & Soviet 

Studies, Sign Language 

Lacrosse, Tae Kwan do, 

Running, Shadowcats 

Dia, Alima Amanfan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mathematics 

Diamond, Cori 

(Agoura Hills, CA) 

Junior, Communication 

Diamond, Eric John 

(Northhdge, CA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Delta Tau Delta 

Diamond, Josh Blake 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Diamond, Lesley E 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Economics 

Diamond, Rebekkah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Environmental 

Science 

Diamond, Sarah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Performance Flute 

Diana, Jennifer Marie 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Law And Spanish s 

Resident Assistant Kaibab 

Huachuca 

Diarra, Mamoudou 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Diaz, Abel Felipe 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Diaz, Alexandria F. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Diaz, Andrea Danielle 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Veterinary Science, 

Spanish 

Diaz, Daisy D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Diaz, Eduardo A 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Diaz, lovani David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Diaz, Joel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Diaz, Katherine Louise 

(Orange, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Diaz, Lanelyn Alegre 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Diaz, Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Sigma Lambda Gamma 

Diaz, Melissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Diaz, Michele 

(Vail, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Diaz, Oswaldo Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Diaz, Patricia Lin 

(Barrigada, GU) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Professional Business, 

Volleyball, Racquetball, 

Reading, Writing, Weight 

Lifting, Laughing And Having 

A Great Time 



Diaz, Peria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Diaz, Rafael Garcia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Diaz, Remington Benson 

(La Jolla, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Diaz, Ronald 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Diaz, Stephanie Marie 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Health Education 

Diaz, Suzana M. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Communication, 

Political Science 

Resident Assistant, Young 

Republicans Club, Primus 

Diaz.Tadeo Alejandro 

(Hermosiilo, Sonora) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology Spanish 

Diaz.Theima Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Engineering, 

Spanish 

Diaz, Victor Ivan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Materials Science & 

Engineering, In Electrical 

Engineering And Mathematics 

Diaz De La Vega, Ruben 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Diaz De Leon, Arthur Joe, 

Jr. 

(San Diego, CA) 

Senior, Anthropology, English 

Mesoamerican Archaeology 

Diaz-brown, Ceasar A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Dibble, Jennifer 

(Palos Verdes, CA) 

Junior, Speech & Heahng 

Sciences 

Dibble, Maxwell Collin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Dibello, Lorena Franca 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Dibiase, Colin M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Dicampli, Kyle Nicholas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Dicaro, Nanci 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Dicaro, Paul Mazur 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Dick, Bryan L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Dick, Jamie Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, East Asian Studies 

Dick, Jonathan Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dickason, Carl F 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Astronomy 

Dickens, Angela K. 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Dance 

Dickens, Ashley N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Dickerman, Cassondra 

Emily 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Dickerson, Andrea Maria 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 



Dickerson, Laura Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Animal Sciences 

Dickerson, Meghan Leigh 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Dickerson, Michael K. 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Dickerson, Treva Rm 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Dicker-thompson, Lily 

Alysha 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Dickey, Allison Paige 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Dickinson, Kelli Elizabeth 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Dickinson, Megan Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, French 

Dickinson, Misa K 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Dickinson, Teran Hanson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agriculture 

Dickman, Jeffrey L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Dickman, Jillian Genevieve 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education, 

Spanish 

Dicks, Lindsay Janet 

(Glencoe, IL) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Dickson, Anna Moore 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Dickson, Arthur David 

(Des Moines, lA) 

Senior, Business Management 

Dickson, Bradford C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Dickson, Gretchen E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Astronomy, Physics 

Dickson, Katherine Marie 

(Kaysville, UT) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dickson, Martina Kastigar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Dicochea, Beatriz Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Dicochea, Catherine A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, : General Business 

Administration 

Diday, Jeffrey Ray 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology, C 

Alpha Kappa Delta 

We love you, be tiappy!!!! 

Diebold, Rebecca Lucille 

(Lisle, IL) 

Senior, Psychology 

Dieffenbach, Cody Miles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Environmental Science 

Diekema, James Harold 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dieken, Emily N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Dieken, Matthew Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 



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Diekman, Korie A 

(Surprise, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Diemer, Jason Noble 

(Kirl<land, WA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dieppa, Emily R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Dierman, Tanner Alexander 

(Potomac, MD) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Chi Phi, Soccer Club 

DIers, Blake Kristofor 

(Mill Creek, WA) 

Junior, Business Economics 

Dietrich, Chase Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dietrich, Jessica E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Dietrich, John Benjamin 

(Fort Collins, CO) 

Sophomore, Agriculture 

Dietrich, Katherine Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Environmental Science 

Dietrich, Michael Gerard 

(Boston, MA) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Cycling, 

Dietz, Dominik 

(Germany) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

German Studies 

Blue Chip, Intramurals 

Dietz, Philip Elliott 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Junior, Sociology, Psychology 

Sigma Pi, Violence Prevention 

Work, Sociology Psychology 

Intramural Softball, Woman 

Dieudonne, Nathalie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Diffenderfer, Samuel Wilson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Difonzo, Patrick C 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Diggins, Matthew Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Diggs, Gloria Lou 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Special Education & 

Rehab 

Digiacomo, Michael A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Digianfilippo, Allison Marie 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing, Spanish 

Digianfilippo, Mark D 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Digrazia, Ben R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Dikes, Jena 

(Mohave Valley AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Dileo, Andrew F 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Diles,yolanda Gene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Dill, Daniel Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Dill, Jean Marie 

(Erie, PA) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Diller, Eli Shelton 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 



Dillingham, Kyle M. 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 

Dillon, Bailie Ellis 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Dillon, Daniel J 

(Melbourne, Australia) 

Freshman, No Selected 

U Of A Basketball Team 

Dillon, Haley Michele 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dillon, Krystal Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology Life 

Sciences 

Sigma Kappa, Photography 

Sigma Kappa, Delta Delta 

Sigma, Women's Health 

Advocate, Lit 

Dillon, Lewis Frank 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Dillon, Melissa Blair 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Dillon, Melissa Elaine 

(Long Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Dillon, Nicole Lanai 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Dillon li, John Howard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Entrepreneurship, 

Pre- Law 

Law, Business 

Dillow, David J 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Junior, Atmospheric Sciences 

Dillree, Nicole E. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Dilucchio, Grant M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Microbiology 

Dimarco, Marcus Rosario 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Physics, 

Psychology 

Boarding, Music, Games, 

Computers, Working Out 

Dimaria, Joseph Daniel 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Dimiceli, John M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering, 

Chemistry 

Dimsdale, Aaron L 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, Undecijjgj^ ^ 

Political Advocacy 

Dimurro, Anthony Paul 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Golf, 

Dinardo, Nicole D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Wildlife 

Dindal, Christopher David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Student Affiliate American 

Chemical Society SAACS 

Dindal, Mark Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Dinello, Hillary L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dinh, Cecile Q 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Dinh, Hung H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 



Dinh, Khanh V 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Dinh, KimT. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Dinh, Mai 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Dinicola, Kara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Dinner, Alexis L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Dinnsen, Brady 

(La Jolla, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Spanish 

Phi Gamma Delta, Arizona 

Men's Volleyball, Fiji 

Dins, Jonathan 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Dintzer, Jonathan Joseph 

(Eugene, OR) 

Junior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Dionne, Robert S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering, 

English Literature 

Diop, Hamet 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Diovanti, Yovannah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Linguistics, Spanish 

Foreign Languages, 

Translations, Interpretations, 

Member Of Trio, Tennis, 

Reading, Foreign Languages, 

Dipsia, Andrew Mark 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Dirksen, Suzanne G 

(Macomb, IL) 

Senior, Performance 

Saxophone 

Disante, Nicole Conner 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Geography 

Traveling, Music, Dancing, 

Painting , Drawing, Soccer 

Running Tennis, Amnesty 

International 

Dishlip, Sarah Catherine 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Disilvestro, Ryan Bouvier 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Public Management 

Public Administration Student 

Society, Community Service 

Volunteer 

Disney, Summer Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Music 

Ditallo, Devin Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Dittbenner, Katie L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physiology, Chemistry- 

Spanish- 

Dean's List, 

Dittiger, Peter Henry 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Management 

Divita, Joseph M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Dix, Aaron Alexander 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Dixon, Chelsey Lynn 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 



Dixon, Michael P 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Dixon, Pamela Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Dixon, Pamela Rochelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

DIugas, Callie Lynn 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Business 

Management 

Dmitroff, Greg Nicholas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Do, Helen Hui 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Systems Engineering 

Do, Kevin H 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Business 

Management, Marketing 

Residence Life 

Do, Iron Van 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Doak, Samuel C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Doan,ThuyThu 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Doane, Richanna N 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemistry 

Volleyball, Rock Climbing 

Dobbas, Alexandra Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Dobbs, Nathan Allen 

(Springfield, NE) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Thematic 

Political Philosophy 

Doberman, Daniele Marie 

(Thousand Oaks, CA) 

Junior, Communication, 

English 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Dobkin, Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Dobrott, John Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Dockins, Briana L. 

(Laguna Niguel, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Dockweiler, Stacy Ann 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Pre-Educatlon 

Doctor, Sean David 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Dodani, Shannon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Dodd, Lauren C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Biochemistry 

Chemistry, Anthropology 

AED, Biochemistry Club 

Dodds, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Davenport, lA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Dodge, Cale Wallace 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Dodson, Krystal Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Dodson, Ryan R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Doehnert, Jennifer Ruth 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Snowboarding 



Doehrman, Doug B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Doering, Emile W. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Doerr, Candace Renee 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Doggett, Justine Nicole 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Doh, Seung-han 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Doherty, Collin G. 

(West Bend, Wl) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science, 

Chemistry Pre-Law Thematic 

Basketball, Football, Law, 

Medicine, Chimes, ASUA, Phi 

Alpha Delta Pre-Law 

Fraternity, Intramural 

Basketball 

Doherty, Evan J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Doherty, Peter Vincent 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Doing, Jeffrey L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Doklan, Jessica 

(Gillette, NJ) 

Senior, Art Education 

Dolan, Holly Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Dolder, Kate Brooks 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Dolence, Jennifer Leigh 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts, 

Undecided 

Musical Theatre, Theatre Arts, 

Scenic Design 

Doles, Eric Scott 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Snowboarding, Football, 

Baseball, Play The Drums, 

Listening To Music 

Domer, Elizabeth Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Domingo, Maria Z 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Domlnguez, Frankie Mia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Domlnguez, Guadalupe 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Domlnguez, Julie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architeclure, 

Criminal Justice 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Domlnguez, Mario S, III 

(Tucson, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Domlnguez, Michael Warren 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing, 

English 

Domlnguez, Stephanie W 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication, Journalism 

Sigma Kappa 

Domlnguez, Vanessa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Dominy, Julie A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dominy, Luke D 

(Mokena, IL) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Domme, Anne Merissa 

(Goodyear, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Film, Theatre, Makeup, 

Running, Cycling, Pima House 

Hall Philanthropy Chair 

Domschke, Christopher T. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education, 

Athletic Coaching 

Sigma Pi, Spring Fling 

Director, New Member 

Educator Sigma Pi 

Domschke, Patricia Jean 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Domsky, Mira L 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Don, Chelsea Mariko 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

Dance, Yoga, Kung Fu 

Don, Christopher D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Don, Kerry James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Don, Nicole Renee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, East Asian Studies 

Don, Robert Phillip 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Donahoe, Patrick Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Donahue, Chris 

(Tubac, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Donahue, Cynthia M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Donahue, Thomas Timothy 

(Tubac, AZ) 

Senior, General Biology 

Donald, Ashley Veronica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Donald, Candice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Health Education 

Donald, Jason Thomas 

(Clovis, CA) 

Sophomore, No Selected 

University Of Arizona 

Baseball, Pal Group 

Donald, Philippe 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Donaldson, Ryan A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Donaldson, Ryan Joshua 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Arizona Blue Chip, Arizona 

Model United Nations 

Donat, Chris 

(Shaker Height, OH) 

Junior, Aerospace Engineering 

Donderewicz, David Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Donegan, Caleb Ireland 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Communication 

Dong, Alexander James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology Psychology 

Arizona Blue Chip Leadership 

Program, Asian American 

Student Coalition, Student 

Global Aids Campaign 

Dong, Erik R 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology Pre- 

Health 



Directory • 357 



Donithan, Kelly M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Ecology, 

Psychology 

Donley, Cody Merle 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Donlin, Ryan Michael 

(Concord, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Donlin, Vaughn Lawrence 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Donnadieu, David James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems, Entrepreneurship 

Jewelry Industry Disc Golt 

Donnelly, Elise R 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore. Psychology 

Donnelly, Joshua M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Economics 

Club Soccer 

Donnelly, Mark P. 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Donnelly, Megan K. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Donoho, Bryan Meredith 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Donohue, Caroline M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Donohue, Carolyn E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected, 

Music 

Blue Chip, Shadow Cats, 

Piano 

Donohue, Laura M. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Donohue, Sean Ryan 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

All Sports, Love Baseball 

Especially The NY Mets 

Donovan, Andrea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Donovan, Brittany H 

(Phoenixville, PA) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Donovan, Lindsey Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Donovan, Shane Michael 

(Middlesex, NJ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Donovan, Shaun Robert 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Criminal Justice 

Delta Tau Delta, Navy Seal 

Training After Graduation 

Dool, Ryan Leo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dooley, Carl Thomas 

(Concord, NH) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Dooley, Catherine Rebecca 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Dooley, Jessica Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Dooley, Moira Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Spanish 

Dooley, Robert S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Production 



358 • Directory 



Doran, Daniel David 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Ooran, Elizabeth Catherine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Dorgan, Benjamin J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Dorgan, Mary Elizabeth 

(West Jefferson, OH) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Dorland, Jamie L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dormady, Robert Joseph 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, History 

Dorman, Jessica Rose 

(Irvine, CA) 

Junior, Muscial Theatre 

Dorn, Marisa Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre Arts 

Dorn, Ryan Todd 

(Highland Park, IL) 

Senior, Communication, Media 

Arts 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Dorner, Kevin Laurence 

(Annandale, VA) 

Senior, Political Science 

We are proud of you. Love, 

Mom arid Dad 

Doroudian, Laila 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering 

Mathematics, s: Aerospace 

And Mechanical Engineering 

Dorrenbacher, Briana Marie 

(Buffalo, NY) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Dorris, Shanemarie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Dorsey, Rachel Eileen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Dorsey, Tina M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Dorst, Kristianna Alexandria 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 

Dorsten, Jenny Marie 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Junior, Education 

Dosh, Amanda Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Dotseth, Alycia Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dotson, Darrelle D 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Dotson, Kelly Jennine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Dance 

Dotson, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Anthem, AZ) 

Senior, Liberal Studies 

Dotson, Lionel Eugene 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Doty, Benjamin Warren 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior. Political Science 

Doty, William Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Douadi, Daniel Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dougherty, Amy L 

(Agoura Hills, CA) 

Junior, Spanish 

Dougherty, Erin J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Journalism 



Dougherty, Kelly C 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

AIAA, AF ROTC 

Dougherty, Kevin Lloyd 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Dougherty, Kristian James 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Douglas, Darlene Ann 

(Vail, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 

Douglas, Julie Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Douglas, Matthew David 

(Arizona City AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Douglas, Matthew Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Douglas, Rachel Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Douglass, Alexandra May 

(Gloucester, MA) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Douros, Crisanto 

(Show Low, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Dow, Brandon M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Dow, Brenden Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Intramural Soccer 

Dowd, Justin Kelly 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dowd, Kathleen Marie 

(Boston, MA) 

Senior, English, Spanish 

Literature, Nature 

Dowding, Erica M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nutritional Sciences 

Dowell, Thomas Christopher 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Junior, Criminal Justice, 

English 

Dowling, Bridget Kristine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Downey, Andrew David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Downey, Anne Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Anthropology 

Downey, Jessica Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Judaic Studies 

Downey, Michelle A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Downing, Carolyn A. 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Downing, Emily Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Downing, Roderick James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Downs, Lindsay Megan 

(San Jose, CA) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Doyle, Jennifer Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 



Doyle, Karen Spicer 

(Overland Park, KB) 

Senior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences, Spanish 

Campus Crusade 

Doyle, Sarah Douglas 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Lacrosse 

To Sarah, with love and pride. 

from fJlom and Dad 

Doyschen, Jennifer L 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 

Dozler, Christopher Nicholas 

(Regen, Germany) 

Sophomore, History Criminal 

Justice 

University Of Arizona Rugby 

Draa, Erica A 

(Monte Sereno, CA) 

Sophomore. Pre- 

Communication 

Drackett, Harry Rogers, IV 

(Phoenix. AZ) 

Senior, Marketing, 

Communication 

Sigma Chi, Interfraternity 

Council, Chimes, Order Of 

Omega 

Dragisics, Nicole K 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Dragony, Allison Clay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Production 

Dragony, Megan E 

(Farmington, NM) 

Sophomore, Anthropology, 

Media Arts 

Film Criticism, Archaeology 

French, Rotaract, Mountain 

Biking, Cello 

Drain, Jennifer Lynne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Drain, Patrick Kieran 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Drake, Jackilyn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Drake, Melissa Georgenson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Drake, Rebecca 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Nursing 

Drake, Sara Elise 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Draper, Jeremy Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Draves, Amber Rae 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Dray, Scott Devin 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Movies 

Drea, Brandon Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Drenten, Carrieann E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology Italian 

Arizona Ambassadors. AZ 

Wildcat Off-road 

Dresher, Jennifer K.I. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Linguistics 

Dreveny, Robert F, III 

(Chicago, IL) 

Freshman, Psychology, 

Education 

Sigma Pi, Basketball, Sleep, 

Water Skiing, Movies And Film 



Drewanz, Nicholas C 

(Mundelein, IL) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Drewnowski, Christine M. 

(Warren, NJ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Drexler, Justin 

(Tarzana, CA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Dreyer, Allison Meryl 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Media Arts 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Dreyer, Brighton M 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dreyer, Eve Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Dreyfus, Katherine Anne 

(Sonoma, CA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Driggs, Mariah Kate 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Driggs, Sarah 

(Salt Lake Cit, UT) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Driscoll, Kathryn Grace 

(Wilsonville, OR) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Driskell, Thomas Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geosciences 

Droban, Lara Alexandia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Drobeck, Jaime Kathryn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Drobish, Chris L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Drobny, Dane Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Droopad, Kamaleeta 

Amanda 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics, 

French 

Theta Nu Xi 

Drossman, Emily Ruth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Drouin, Pier-Alexandre 

William 

(St.georges, Quebec, Canada) 

Junior, Finance 

Drozdowski, Adam James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Orubin, Jennifer L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Druckman, David J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Materials Science & 

Engineering 

Druding, Brian J 

(Irvine, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Drumm, Jeffrey David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Drummond, Brett Stephen 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Kappa Sigma 

Drummond, Cameron 

Adams 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Drumtra, Joseph Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Drumwright, Janelle Lynn 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Drury, Teresa Kate 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 



Dryden, Jessica Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Health 
Education 
Dryer, Danielle N 
(Oro Valley AZ) 
Sophomore, Art History 
Dryer, Joshua A 
(Oro Valley AZ) 
Sophomore, Communication 
D'souza, Christine 
Esmeralda 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Media Arts, 
Psychology 
Alpha Phi 

D'Souza, Melissa Maria 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Management Info 
Systems 
Du, Sarah 8. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 
Duarte, Adam Joel 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 
Duarte, Amanda B. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 
Duarte, Corine Cano 
(Santa Ana, CA) 
Junior, Pre-Education 
School, Walks In Nature, 
Family 

Duarte, David A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Chemistry 
Duarte, Jessica B 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 
Duarte, Karia P 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, English, Spanish 
Duarte, Miguel Rios 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 
Duarte, Natalia 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 
Duarte, Ronald Patrick 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Dubbin, Leslie A. 
(San Francisco, CA) 
Senior, Anthropology. Judaic 
Studies- 
Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List, 
Summa Cum Laude 
Dube, Newman E 
(Belle Harbor, NY) 
Junior, Political Science 
Dubin, Jordan Brett 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, English 
Dublinski, Christopher 
Michael 
(Naperville, IL) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 
University Of Arizona Men's 
Rugby 

Duboff, Brandon Ray 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 
Dubois, Chris S. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 
Dubois, Gregory James 
(Tuso N, AZ) 
Senior, Studio Art 
Dubray, Madeline Renee 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Dubrish, Laura Anita 
(Villa Park, CA) 
Senior, Communication, 
Journalism 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Lambda 
Pi Eta 

Duchene, Deborah D 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology 
Duckworth, Adam Michael 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Political Science 



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Duckworth, Jonathan C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Dudding, Donna Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Dudgeon, Tom 

(Aztec, NM) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering, 

Spanish 

Sustainable Resources, Power 

Production, Snowboarding & 

Rock-climbing 

Dudugjian, Randi Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Dudzinski, Danielle Lauren 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, SLHS 

Duehrjng, Jacob Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Duenas, Bernadette 

(Negates, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Duenas, Dwayne E. 

(San Luis, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Duenas, Memorle Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Cheerleading 

Duerson, Lauren M. 

(Fayetteville, GA) 

Junior, Psychology Criminal 

Justice 

Fencing 

Duff, Caroline Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Duff, Michael Alan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Veterinary 

Science 

Duffey, Jason Todd 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Duffy, Matthew P. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Duffy, Shaun P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, General Biology 

Duffy, Timothy James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Dufresne, Danielle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Sociology 

Dugal, Michael B. 

(Naperville, IL) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Dugan, Colleen Maura 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Dugan, Sean Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Dugaw, Allison Joy 

(Mesa, IL) 

Senior, Journalism, In General 

Business 

Kemp Student Radio, News 

Writer For The Arizona Daily 

Wildcat, UA TV 

Duger, Jessica Kristi 

(Lake Havasu City AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Duggan, Julie Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Duggan, Michael Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Duggins, Jacqueline M 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Junior, Fine Art Studies 



Dugi, Crystal 

(Tuba City, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Dugi, Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Duhame, Tyler W 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dujmic, Dinko 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Dujmic, Zeljko 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Duke, Devin S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Duke, Gregory Kevin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Duke, John Richard, Jr. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing 

Duke, Nickolas Arthur 

(Rapid City, SO) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Dulaney, Kelly C 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Creative Writing, 

French 

Duldulao, Ivan Kaulana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

D'UII, Jennifer Robyn 

(Hillsborough, CA) 

Junior, Journalism 

Dumas, Nicole Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Mariachi 

Dumbauld, Paul B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Dumka, Allison Jones 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Dumlao, Amara Cari 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Dumlao, Duane Diaz 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Dumlao, Jennifer A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dunaway, Scott E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, History 

Duncan, Darrell John-bakker 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Duncan, Joshua K 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Duncan, Kelly Lynn 

(San Diego, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Duncan, Lisa E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Anthropology 

Duncan, Marshall J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Duncan, Matthew Scott 

(Piano, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Duncan, Melissa Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Juvenile 

Delinquency 

Pride Of Arizona Marching 

Band 



Duncan, Stephanie Rae 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Senior, Communication, 

Sociology 

Athletes In Action, Football 

Recruiting, McKale Athletics 

Department, International 

Travel 

Duncan, Thomas Raymond 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Dundas, Christina Anne 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Management 

Dunemn, Eric 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Dung, Jenny Yu-jen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Music 

Dungan, Mary Evelyn, IV 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Undecided 

Dunk, Michael Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Dunkelberger, Caria Jahns 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Dunlap, Thomas J 

(Chaska, MN) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Dunlop, Cole Andrew 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Business Administration 

Arizona Icecats 

Dunn, Conor P 

(Danville, CA) 

Senior, Economics 

Dunn, Forest Arturo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Dunn, Kara M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physics 

Dunn, Margaret Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Dunn, Michael P 

(Los Altos, CA) 

Senior, English 

Dunn, Nathan Allen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Astronomy 

Dunn, Roni C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish 

Dunn, Tucker Thomas 

(Mason City lA) 

Junior, German Studies, 

Linguistics 

Symphonic Choir 

Dunnam, Jeffrey S. 

(Sunnyvale, CA) 

Junior, Finance 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sports, 

Men's Water Polo Club 

Dunne, Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Dunnette, Brian Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geography 

Dunseth, Robert Alexander 

(Santa Rosa, CA) 

Junior, Finance 

Dunsford, Phillip James 

(Pacific Grove, CA) 

Senior, Finance 

Dunst, Lindsay Nicole 

(West Orange, NJ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Duong, Mai-LyT 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 



Duong, Van T 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science, Molecular And 

Cellular Biology Spanish 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Circle K 

Int., Faces, Medcats, Arizona 

Surgery Club, Clareo 

Honorary, SHAC, EyI, Honors 

College, Merits & Paladins 

Programs 

Duplessis, David T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Duplessis, Nick P 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Dupre, Nicole C 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Dupree, Anthony Wayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Dupuy, Michael John 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Dupuy, Taylor A 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Duquette, Alexander Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Communication 

Duquette, Benjamin August 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Management 

Durako, Meagan Elizabeth 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Freshman, Communication 

Duran, Amanda T 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Duran, Enrique 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Duran, Jennifer Melissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Duran, Jessica Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics 

Duran, Joshua O. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology, Criminal 

Justice / Spanish 

Music, Food, Baseball, 

Weightlifting 

Duran, Moises U. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Duran, Natalie Arielle 

(El Paso, TX) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Duran, Veronica Rae 

(Coolidge, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Gamma Alpha Omega 

Duran-Elizalde, Ana L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Health & Human 

Services 

Durante, Dawn M 

(Fountain Hill, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Durante, Michael Anthony 

(Foutain Hills, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Cars 

Durazo, David E 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Durazo, Maria Clarissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Durazo, Maria Del 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 



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Durazo, Ruth B 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, CMRC 

Durban, Matthew Marc 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Durbin, Christina R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, University College 

Delta Delta Delta 

Durham, Frederick Matthew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Durham, Rebecca Sue 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Durkac, Louis John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Durkin, Brenna Lynne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Sociology, Spanish 

Blue Chip, Preludes, 

Volunteering 

Durkin, Chelsea Sage 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Durkin, Edward Moore 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Pi Kappa Phi, Sports 

Durkin, Elisabeth A. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Communication 

Durkin, Sandra Jane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Durkin, Shannon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Durkin, Steve M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Criminal Justice 

Durlester, Jordan Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Durnal, Danielle Alicia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Spanish 

Durnan, Ian Joshua 

(Globe, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Durocher, Sarah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Dursey, Rachel Jessica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

D'urso, Muntaner Maria 

(Argentina, Tucuman) 

Sophomore, General Biology, 

Chemistry 

Dusenberry, Brett C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Dustin, Erin Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Dutcher, Andrea Michele 

(Redwood City CA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Dutcher, Leann Dale 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Dutt, Allison J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Duttle, Jennifer Kristen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Duttle, Tanya L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Dutz, Brian G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Dutz, Britni Janelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Duveback-Kent, Hannah 
Linnea 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Dux, Amanda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Dux, Bradley Jonathan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Duy, Douglas Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Dvir, Mirav Sarit 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Dvorakova, Barbora 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology Spanish 

Three Day Eventing (horses). 

Soccer, UBRP Member 

Dweck, David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Dwulet, Lauren 

(Walnut Creek, CA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Dwyer, Jacquelynn E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Dwyer, Joshua Evan 

(Havertown, PA) 

Senior, English, Creative 

Writing 

Dwyer, Kelly Thomas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Dyck, Amy N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dyck, Matthew S 

(Sandpoint, ID) 

Junior, History 

Dye, Craig G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Dyer, Anthony Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology Pre- 

Health 

Dyer, Daniel S. 

(West Hartford, CT) 

Senior, History, Art History 

Dyer, Judd 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Dyer, Stuart 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Dyer, Sydney Michelle 

(Paradise Valley AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Dyet, Adam James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Dyhr, Matthew M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Dykann, Russell James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Agriculture 

Dykes, Brian P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Dykes, Graham Charles 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Dym, Aubrey E 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Freshman, Regional 

Development, Business 

Pi Beta Phi 

Dyrsten, Kendra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 



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Dysinger, Eamon James 

(Butte, MT) 

Frestiman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Dziawura, Joseph C 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Dziawura, Kelly 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Dzwonkoski, Jonathan 

David 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Eads, Brianna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Criminal Justice 

Eagen, Kalina M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Eakin, Chanel Dominique 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Eakin, Jeannett 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Ealy, Biren Synclar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Eargle, Stephanie Katherine 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Muscial Theatre 

Earhart, Brianna Lynn 

(Arvada, CO) 

Junior, General Biology 

Earhart, Zachary A. 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Microbiology, Pre- 

Pharmacy 

Earle, Vanessa R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Earnest, Jennifer Dawn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Animal Sciences 

Earp, Joshua Steele 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Eason, Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, English Extended 

Eason, Yvette C. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

East, Jamie Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Eastman, Julie Katherin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems 

Eastman, Kimimila 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Eaton, Amy Lynette 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Educatlon 

Eaton, Meredith A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Eaton, Nicole Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Eavis, Jacob Kendrick 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Ebeling, Ashley M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Eberson, Ashley Susan 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Freshman, Public 

Management & Policy 

Ebert, Kristen Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Ebner, Allison M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology & Evol 

Biology, Philosophy 

Resident Assistant, Ecology 

Research 



360 • Directory 



Ebzery, Katharine E 

(Sheridan. WY) 

Junior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Echave, Jacquelyne Burnett 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

English Lit 

Echeverria, Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Echols, Brittain Taylor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Eck, Brian Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Eck, Kendra L. 

(Anthem, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Eckenrod, David Sean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Economics 

Eckert, Michael Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Management 

Eckman, Geiler Dillon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Eddy, John Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Eddy, Katherine Lee 

(Libertyville, IL) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Eddy, Kristin Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Eddy, Melissa H.b. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Spanish, English 

Eddy, Steven 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geography 

Edelen, Chris M. 

(Santa Rosa, CA) 

Junior, Business Management 

Kappa Alpha 

Edelman, Adam Cory 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Edelman, Brooke L 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Edelman, Danielle Jo 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Edelson, Lisa Anne 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Freshman, Nursing, 

Psychology 

U Of A Sports!! 

Edelstein, William Herbert 

(Cranbury NJ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Eden, Ashley Rose 

(Southlake, TX) 

Junior, Public Management & 

Policy 

Eder, Eileen Rachel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Edgar, Emily 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish 

Edgelow, Marisa Leilani 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science, Business 

U Of A Synchronized Swim 

Team 

Edgett, John 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Edington, James A 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Edman, Melvin Eugene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 



Edmiston, Meghan Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Business 

Management 

Edmonds, Mary Ellen 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Freshman, English, 

Psychology 

Creative Story Writing 

Edmonds, Sean D 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Edmondson, Josephine 

Jesse 

(Lakeside, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Edmonson, Cody Bayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman. No Selected 

Delta Gamma 

Edmonson, Dani R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Edrington, Inara M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Edrington, Kyle Ryan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Edrington, Ronald Dean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Edris, Badreddin 

(Sunnyvale, CA) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Arizona Icecats Hockey 

Edsall, Jeffrey Michael 

(Camarillo, CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Edson, Shannon I 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Edwall, Luke S 

(Minnetonka, MN) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Arizona Ice Cats Hockey 

Edwards, Adam Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Building Structures, 

Construction, Theta Tau, 

Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Eta 

Sigma 

Edwards, Alexander Connor 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Edwards, Amanda Elaine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Edwards, Blaire M 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Senior, Communication, 

Business Administration 

Soccer 

Edwards, Christina Joy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Education 

Edwards, Clayton Norris 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Edwards, Drew F 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics, Business 

Management 

Sigma Pi, Sigma Pi 

Edwards, Emily 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Edwards, Jeffrey Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Edwards, Jessica L. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Edwards, John Brening 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Edwards, Jonathan Wesley 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Business 

Economics 

Edwards, Juliet 

(Sahuarita, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Edwards, Krystal Denay 

(Federal Way, WA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Eller Scholar 

Edwards, Kyle Collingwood 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology Business , Chemistry 

Edwards, Patrick James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Edwards, Patrick Nathaniel 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Edwards, Stephanie Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Edwards, Sullivan David 

(Oakland, OR) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineehng 

NROTC, Deans List 

Great Job Sullivan. Love Dad! 

Effenson, Carl Burton 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre- 

Communication 

Efird, Samuel S 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Egan, Jacob Thomas 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 

Engineehng 

Egan, Jason Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Animal Sciences 

Egan, Kelly Ann 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Education 

Egeland, Edward Ferrel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Eggers, Marissa Kathleen 

(Tustin, CA) 

Sophomore, Pre- 

Communication 

Eggers, Renee Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Eggert, Erin Elizabeth 

(Sugar Land, TX) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Eggert, Nicholas Andrew 

(Arlington Heights, IL) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Eggman, Nathaniel Keith 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Eghtesadi, Kameron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems 

Egoville, Justin John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, No Major Selected 

Egurrola, Cesar A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Ehlers, Joseph Matthew 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Ehlert, Kerry Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Ehlert-derue, Amanda J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Ehnis, Andrew Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 



Ehrle, Kristen 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Ehrlich, Brianne D. 

(West Bloomfield, Ml) 

Sophomore, Journalism, 

Creative Writing 

Ehrlich, Matthew Brendan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, History 

Intramural Flag Football 

Ehrlich, Steven J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Ehrman, Clara Sabrina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Health Education 

Ehrman, Misty M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology & Evol 

Biology, Science Education 

United Methodist Campus 

Ministhes 

Eich, Joshua A. 

(Canton, IL) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Eiche, James Chase 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Eichenstein, Josh 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Sophomore, Media Arts, 

General Business 

Working Out, Playing Guitar, 

Intramural Softball 

Eicher, Micheil Delray 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Physical Science 

Eichhorst, Kristina R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Health Education, 

Molecular And Cellular 

Biology 

Eichler, Caria Marie 

(Winslow, IL) 

Freshman, Geosciences 

Student Enrichment Program 

Your first year was a success! 

I love your attitude! I love you 

and I'm proud of you. fvlom 

Eichorn, Emily Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Eid, Benjamin R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Eidenschink, Roger Dean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Civil Engineehng 

Eiermann, Roy James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Eilat, Gilon Joel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Einarsen, Laura Michelle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Einecker, Leah Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Einfrank, Aaron M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Einhorn, Daniel 

(New City, NY) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Eiras-Saunders, Paloma 

Mercedes 

(Rockville, MD) 

Freshman, Near Eastern 

Studies, Persian And Arabic 

Martial Arts, Fire Department 

Eisele, Nick Adam 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Eisenhour, Kohler A 

(Seattle, WA) 

Junior, Regional Development, 

Business Management 

Eisenman, LyudmilaY 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 



Eisenrod, Jennifer B. 

(Tustin, CA) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineehng, Mathematics 

Engineering Ambassadors 

Eisfelder, Jeffrey Nathan 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Senior. Marketing 

Eisinberg, Morgan Laeh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Ejrup, Maria Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science, 

Chemistry 

Pre- Vet Club, Alpha Zeta, 

Collegiate 4-H Club, Study 

Abroad 

Ekinaka, Lisa Marie 

(Irvine, CA) 

Sophomore, Women's Studies 

Languages, Computer 

Graphics, Art 

Ekiund, Adam S 

(Shaker Heights, OH) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, General Business 

Phi Kappa Tau, Traveling, 

Kappa Omicron Nu, 

Ekman, Keeler Pearson 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Ekpo, Imoh A 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Track & Field, Basketball, 

Reading, Music 

Ekpo, Inih A. 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Communication, 

General Business 

Computers 

El, Kaim Arik 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

El, Renata E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Pharmacy 

El Messelmani, Fakhri 

Mohamad 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Elder, Sean Harkness 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Eldridge, Emilia Guadalupe 

(Sonoita, AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics 

Eleid, Joseph K 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Jeet Kune Do, Nature, Games, 

Music 

Elezaby, Shereen Aly 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineehng 

Elgoghail, Nadia 

(Port Huron, Ml) 

Junior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Elhard, Jennifer H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Ellas, Anisa B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Ellas, Carlos Rene 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Ellas, Cinthya Yesenia 

(Douglas, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Elias, Erika Elisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Psychology 

Elias, Matthew H 

(Torrance, CA) 

Senior, Political Science, 

History 

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Ellas, Robert Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Ellas, Steven R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Eliason, Jessica M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Ellsco, Brian D. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Ellsh, Christina A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Chemistry 

Eljuga, Kreslmir 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Business Economics 

El-kalssI, Karim Brandon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Elkanlck, Brandy Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

EI-khayat,Yamila Marlsela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Elklns, Debbie Corlnna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Elklns, Jacob Harrison 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Elklns, Jessica Brooking 

(Calabasas, CA) 

Freshman, English, Second : 

Education : Spanish 

Ellefson, Kenyon David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Ellentuck, Max P 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Ellenwood, Cheryl Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Eller, Kevin Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Chemical 

Engineering 

Ellerbe, Anthony Marqus 

(Show Low, AZ) 

Senior, Criminal Justice, 

Spanish 

Navy ROTC 

Ellerbroek, Kelle Nicole 

(Palm Desert, CA) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Ellerman, NIcholle Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Ellermann, Trevor Ray 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Ellerson, Elizabeth Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Ellerson, Kimberly A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Eller College Student Council, 

Blue Chip 

Ellico, La NIta Jo 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Ellin, Brandy M 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Elllngson, Christen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Ellington, Sasha Marcella 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 



Elliott, Aaron Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Family Studies & 
Human Devel 
Elliott, Brittne Noel 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Elliott, Christopher TIegh 
(Oro Valley, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Elliott, Katherlne Joy 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Journalism 
Elliott, Kelly Ann 
(Shaker Hts., OH) 
Senior, Elementary Education 
Elliott, Krysten Nicole 
(Bonita, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Elliott, Nelson Lee 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Pre-Business 
Elliott, Ryan Andrew/ 
(Los Angeles, CA) 
Senior, Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

Phi Gamma Delta 
Elliott, Shannon M 
(Rio Rico, AZ) 
Senior, Physiological 
Sciences, Chemistry 
Elliott, Tanya Amarls 
(Ft Huachuca, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Ellis, Aaron Michael 
(Los Alamitos, CA) 
Senior, Mathematics, /comput- 
er Science 

Golf, Poker, Hanging Out With 
Friends 

Ellis, Ashley C 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Chemical 
Engineering 
Ellis, Bleu GIp 
(Limon, CO) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Ellis, Chris James 
(Menio Park, CA) 
Senior, Marketing 
Ellis, Garrett N 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Ellis, Jeffrey Charles 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 
Ellis, Jennifer M 
(Casa Grande, AZ) 
Senior, Journalism 
Ellis, Lynette Davis 
(Hammond, IN) 
Junior, Pre-Education 
Ellis, Marguerite lone 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Chemistry 
Ellis, Michael P 
(Woodbridge, VA) 
Senior, Political Science 
Ellis, Mike Andrew 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Ellis, Susan J. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science 
Ellison, Lauren C 
(Redwood City, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Ellison, Robert B. 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Ellman, Meggan A 
(Atlanta, GA) 
Junior, Communication 
Ellner, Daniel 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Ellsworth, Emilee 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Anthropology 



Ellsworth, Rachel E 

(Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Elmer, Duncan Arthur 

(Wilmette, IL) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Elmer, Roger James 

(Newhall, CA) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Elofson, Christopher M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Elofson, Kathryn A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Swimming & Diving 

Elsbecker, Steven T. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Elston, Ashley Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Elston, Brian Parker 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Elston, LanI Marie 

(Spokane, WA) 

Senior, Music, - Theater Arts 

Playing Golf, Piano, Theater 

Arts, Painting, Reading, 

Writing 

Eltahir, Elfaki Ibrahim 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Elton, Juliana F 

(Vancouver, WA) 

Senior, Education 

Rugby 

Ely, Benjamin M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Ely, Matthew Thomas 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Elyachar, Joseph Daniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

EIze, Derek 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Public Management & 

Policy 

Elzy, Christine H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Emady, Heather N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Emanuel, Michael A 

(Palm Springs, CA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

University Of Arizona Football 

Team 

Emelity, Nick D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Emert, Courtney Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Emery, Allison Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Emery, Bernadette Lynn 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Emery, Jonathan P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Emery, Julie A 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Freshman, Nutritional 

Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy 

Emesh, Safia Hope 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Emich, Matthew T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 



Emmerich, Nathan Clark 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Emmering, Stephanie Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

German 

Psi Chi, Psychology, German 

Culture, Music 

Emmert, Frank Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Emmons, Kyle Ross 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Emmons, Lisa Eilene 

(Haslett, Ml) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 

Emsiek, Nicholas G 

(Coto De Caza, CA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Enclnas, Amber NIchole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Pre-Law 

Enclnas, Daniel Santa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Enclnas, Elizabeth Victoria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Enclnas, Jamie Maria 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Enclnas, Jennette L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Enclnas, Jose Armando 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Enclnas, Richard Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Social Sciences 

Enclnas, Shamie M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Encinias, Veronica Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Social Studies 

Enclso, Rocio Malte 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Enck, Allisha 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Interdisciplinary 

Studies 

Enderle, Erin Dorothy 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Intervarsity Christian 

Fellowship 

Endo, Kenya 

(Seattle, WA) 

Senior, Astronomy, 

Mathematics 

Astrobiology 

Endorf, Erin Michelle 

(Anchorage, AK) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Eng, Alexia Kacho 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Eng, Erica Kacho 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Engan, Emily Jane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

Engel, Rebecca N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Religious Studies 

Engelbert, Clark J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Nutritional 

Sciences 

Engelhard, Molly Jane 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, French 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Engelhard, Sarah E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, University College, 

Spanish 

Intramurals 

Engelhardt, Kevin P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Engeike, Hilary Jane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Engelman, Adam G 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Economics 

Engelman, Matthew Roland 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Embedded Development, 

Solar Power, Solar Race Car 

Team, Students In Free 

Enterprise 

Engels, James G 

(Streamwood, IL) 

Senior, Physics, Math 

Engelstad, Alicia Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Enger, Eric T. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Engholm, Jessica Terease 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Engineer, Urvaksh Yazdi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Management Info 

Systems 

Engle, Alexandra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Engle, Kate Lynn 

(Fountain Hills, AZ) 

Freshman, Communication 

Engle, Lesa M 

(Fountain Hill, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Engle, Philip 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

English, Alyssa Dawn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Accounting 

English, Evan Hill 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, English 

English, Whitney L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Engstler, Heidi 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Enlow, Julian Edward 

(Arivaca, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Ennis, Jennifer L. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Enright, Whitney Erin 

(Southlake, TX) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Enrlquez, Angela 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Enrlquez, Edith Carolina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Exercise, Work 

Enrlquez, Fallna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Anthropology, 

Spanish/Portuguese 

Enrlquez, Jose M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Enrlquez, Laura I. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Journalism 



Enrlquez, Lizzette 

(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Nutritional 
Sciences 

Enrlquez, Maria L. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Pre-Education 
Enrlquez, Ricardo F 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Agriculture 
Enrlquez, Rosalinda 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Ensign, Jenna L 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 
Ensign, Lauren Elisa 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Anthropology 
Entsminger, Meredith L 
(Dana Point, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
Epperson, Amber M 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Epperson, Kyle Evan 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Architecture 
Epperson, Laura Ada 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Psychology 
Epperson, Sarah E. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Political Science, 
Thematic In Nature 
Conservation 
Epstein, Andrew M 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 
Biology 

Epstein, Ari D 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Epstein, Lance Jonathan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Journalism 
Epstein, Laura Ruth 
(Acton, MA) 
Junior, Psychology 
Epsten, Michael Phillip 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Epsztein, David M 
(Portland, OR) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Epum, Willis Ikechukwu 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Erb, Matthew 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 
Erdman, Jenna Rene? 
(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Selected 
Erdman, Jennifer B. 
(Livingston, NJ) 
Senior, Elementary Education 
Ereaux, Eagle 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Erhart, Matthew D 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Mathematics 
Erickson, Blake Kenneth 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Optical Sciences 
Engineering 

Erickson, Danielle Karen 
(Portland, OR) 
Sophomore, Physics 
Erickson, Jack Nardine 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Science Education 
Erickson, Maysa Youmna 
(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 
Cellular Biology 
Erickson, Melissa Jean 
(Middletown, NY) 
Senior, Ecology & Evol 
Biology Chemistry 



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Erickson, Nic R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Erickson, Rachael E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Animal Sciences 

Erickson, Robert J. 

(Reno, NV) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Erickson, Steven Jesse 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics, 

Entrepreneurship 

Erickson, William Fredrick 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Eriy, Elissa Schlrmer 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Classics 

Ernst, Nathanial J 

(Rancho Cucamonga, CA) 

Senior, Computer 

Engineehng, Mathematics, 

Electrical Engineering, And 

Computer Science 

Ernst, Nicole E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Public 

Management & Policy 

Ernst, William Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Ershler, Alicia B. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Pride Of Arizona, Tau Beta 

Sigma, Winterguard 

Ersklne, Sam 

(Portland, OR) 

Junior, History 

Ertola, Satlva Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Fine Art Studies 

Ervin, Justin Tyler 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Erwin, Margaret Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Erwin, Ryan Elliott 

(Highland Park, IL) 

Junior, Political Science, Pre 

Law 

Model United Nations 

Escalante, Aluvia M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Biochemistry And 

Molecular Biophysics 

Escalante, Arlzbeth M. 

(Nogales, AZ) 

Junior, Nutritional Sciences 

Escalante, Jose Enrique 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Escarcega, Eller Ivan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineehng Physics 

Escareno, Barbara J. 

(Hereford, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Eschbacher, Andrew Joseph 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Eschenweck, Bradly David 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Escobar, Javier Rene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Management Info 

Systems 

Escobar, MIndy M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Escobar, Onofre Alberto 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Escobar, Yvonne Marie 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 



Escobedo, Magdalena H 

(La Union, NM) 
Freshman, Pre-Education, 
Spanish, Japanese 
Helping Hands, Paladins, 
Sprite 

Escudero, Eugenia 
Florencia 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Studio Art 
Esham, Emily T 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Eshelman, Andrew 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Eshelman, Shannon Lauren 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Nutritional 
Sciences 

Eskay, Cara Molly 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Economics, Art 
History 

Eskew, Michael R. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Finance 
Eskey-manic, Pamela Sue 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Eskue, Roman G. 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Accounting 
Esler, Joshua Thomas 
(Wauconda, IL) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Esllnger.Tashina lolana 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Psychology, 
Elementary Education/sociolo- 
gy 

Esoldl, David John 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 
Esparza, Ely Jacob 
(El Paso, TX) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, - 
Political Science 
Esparza, NoemI 
(San Luis, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Espino, Blanca 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Geography 
Espino, Stefanie 
(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 
Esplnosa, Brandon Nicolas 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 
Esplnosa, Daniel Robert 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 
Esplnosa, Dominic C 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Linguistics 
Esplnosa, Ernest Joseph 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Esplnosa, Frida 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Social Sciences 
Esplnosa, Grace E 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Education, 
Bilingual Education 
Esplnosa, Stefan P 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Muscial Theatre 
Espinoza, Andrea 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 
Espinoza, Crystal M 
(Yuma, AZ) 

Senior, Public Management & 
Policy 

Public Administration Student 
Society 

Espinoza, Fernando 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Pre-Education 



Espinoza, Gloria Rachel 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology, 

Biochemistry 

Espinoza, Guadalupe E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Espinoza, Hector R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Education 

Espinoza, Kristlna Adel 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing, 

Dance 

Espinoza, Maricela Christina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Social Studies 

Espinoza, Rose Marie 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Espinoza, Susan H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Espinoza-, Vasquez Gabriel 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineehng 

Esposlto, Gregory Louis 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Radio Broadcasting, Sports, 

Television Broadcasting 

Esposito, Robin 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Freshman, Undecided 

Espuma, Angela Rene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Esquer, Fernando Manuel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Esquivel, Richard Junior 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Esser, Lyra 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Essex, Amie Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Essex, James Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Essex, Sean F 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Estell, Brad J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Electrical Engineehng 

Estella, Aimee Rose 

(Cherry Hill, NJ) 

Senior, Physiological 

Sciences, Nutrition And 

Chemistry 

Gymnastics 

Estelle, Adam Aaron 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Matehals Science 

& Engineering 

Estenson, Aaron Kevin 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Education 

Estergard, Eirenne 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Science 

Education 

Estes, Jamie Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Estes, Jessica Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Estes, Megan Kay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Estheimer, Michele Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science, 

Chemistry And Microbiology 



Estorga, Amber Dawn 

(Long Beach, CA) 

Freshman, Pre-Business, 

Fashion 

Delta Gamma, Soccer, 

Working Out, My Girl Kate, 

Estrada, Amanda D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Estrada, Brian Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Estrada, Jose Alonso 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Estrada, Joseph Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Estrada, Matthew Nicolas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Estrada, Nathaniel Estevan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy 

Estrada, Nubia Y 

(Willcox, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Estrada, Reina Erika 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Estrada, Rickyana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Estrella, Gloria Martina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Estudes, Ada Kari 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Accounting 

Esway, Travis James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Etebar, Sahar 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Etheredge, Brian N 

(Lafayette, CA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Etherton, Timothy Evan 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Ethlngton, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Chandler, AZ) 

Senior, Special Education & 

Rehab, Educational 

Interpreting 

UA Swing Cats, Sign 

Language Association 

Ethlngton, Sean Kenton 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Ethridge, Alison Eve 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Etsitty, Bryant Loren. 

(Ganado, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Etter, Jonah Lav 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Etter, Rebecca Naomi 

(Meadowbrook, PA) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Ettinger, Alexis Jaye 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Etukeren, Mfon Isaiah 

(Litchfield Park, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting, Computer 

Science/Africana Studies 

Euler, Mary Joanna 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism 

Euler, Ryan James 

(Las Cruces, NM) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Architecture, Real Estate, 

Sales, Cars, Basketball, 

Football 



Eustice, Shannon Ryan 

(Los Altos Hills, CA) 

Senior, Spanish, - Family 

Studies/human Development 

And Mexican American 

Studies 

Evan, David Michael Mayo 

(Saratoga, CA) 

Freshman, Regional 

Development 

Evanco, Stephen Craig 

(San Diego, CA) 

Freshman, Regional 

Development 

Evano, Morghan R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Evans, Allison Elizabeth 

(Liberty MO) 

Junior, Political Science 

Evans, Amy N 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 

Evans, Ariel Sinclair 

(South Pasaden, CA) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Evans, Ashley R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Campus Crusade, Omega Phi 

Alpha 

Evans, Brett Anderson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Evans, Brianna Angelica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Evans, Bryce D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Evans, Carol Kathleen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Family & Consumer 

Science, History 

Evans, Chelsea R. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing, Accounting 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Evans, Christopher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Evans, Diane Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Creative Writing 

Sigma Alpha Lambda, Phi Eta 

Sigma 

Evans, Heather M. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business, Spanish 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Vice 

President Of KKG 

Evans, Katlyn E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Sociology, Pre-Law 

Competitive Swimming, 

Surfing, Snowboarding, 

Skimboarding, Wakeboarding, 

Arizona Blue Chip, Meaker 

Mentee 

Evans, Kevin J 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Evans, Marlon Brent 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Evans, Meagan B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Evans, Megan Anne 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Evans, Meghan V 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Evans, Michelle A 

(Morgan Hill, CA) 

Senior, Communication 



Evans, Natalie A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Evans, Philip Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Plant Sciences 

Evans, Sarah Linda 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Evans, Sarah M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Evans, Theodore III 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Plant Sciences 

Even, Nicole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Pharmacy 

Evens, Matthew D. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Everett, BIythe Elizabeth 

(Mt Prospect, IL) 

Senior, Elementary Education, 

Communication 

APO - Service 

Everett, Nathan 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Everette, Margaret Suzette 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Everhart, Rebecca Allison 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Music 

Evers, Henry E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Evers, Jennifer M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Evers, Maureen May 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Ewer, Rhonda Jean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology 

Ewers, Alexis Maureen 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Ewing, Ashley A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Classics 

Ewing, Kristopher Stephen 

(Denver, CO) 

Senior, Classics 

Ewing, Scott B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Ewing, Vickl Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Eyde, Zachary Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Eyer, Kelsey Rose 

(Bremerton, WA) 

Sophomore, International 

Studies 

Eyre, Catherine Jane 

(Tempo, AZ) 

Sophomore, Dance 

Ezraty, Danny 

(Tucson, AZ) . 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Ezzo, Michael W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fabbo, James P. 

(heretord, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education' 

Fabian, Jason M 

(Encinitas, CA) 

Junior, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Fablen, Claudaniel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, No Major Selected 






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Fabriguze, Angel Lena 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Fabula, Jonathan Mark 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Face, Michael R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Agriculture 

Facini, Gabriel John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Engineering Physics 

Fagan, Cherl Chrlsta 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Bowling, Soccer, Painting, And 

Horseback Riding 

Fagergren, Sheri Nell 

(Patagonia, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Fagin, Nicole Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Fahey, Jenafer Lynn 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineehng 

Fahey, Michael Blackstone 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Fahrbach, Derek K.S. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Fahrendorf, Matthew Joseph 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Fahrendorf, Tim Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fain, Brittnl Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Fair, Tyler Patrick 

(Hillsborough, CA) 

Sophomore, Regional 

Development 

Fairbanks, Steven C 

(Oracle, AZ) 

Junior, Computer Science 

Fairey, Alec J 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Theatre Production 

Acting And Improvisational 

Comedy, Charles Darwin 

Experience, Theta Alpha Phi 

Falrrls, Hallle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Falrweather, Anais A 

(Laguna Hills, CA) 

Junior, Journalism 

Fairweather, Patricia M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Microbiology 

Fakhourl, Ahmad NIdal 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mathematics 

Falabella, Adam T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Faick, Adam Nell 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Faico, Amelia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Italian 

Falk, Charles L 

(Woodland, CA) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Falk, Daniel Martin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Falk, Jeremy Matthew 

(Woodland Hill, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Falk, Keenan Jacob 

(Flagstaft, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Falkner, April Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Sociology 



Falkner, Heather S 

(Vail, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Falknor, Daniel R 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Falls, Marina L. 

(Bellevue, WA) 

Junior. Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Falter, Timothy Patrick 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Fama, Grace Anne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Famutlml, Esmeralda 

Onaney 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Fan, Richard E 

(Paradise Valley AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Fan, Wendu 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Freshman, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics 

Fancett, Eric J. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Fane, Timothy P 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Education 

Fankuchen, Jennifer Nicole 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Liberal Studies 

Fanning, Stevie D 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Arizona Women's Gymnastics 

Farabaugh, James George 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Farella, Jessica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Farella, Joshua 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Farhat, Michael Moses 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Farhat, Steven J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Farkas, Michael Alexander 

(Jerome, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing, Art History 

Art, Cars, Food, Fashion, 

Language, Music, Travel 

Farlee, Jason Andrew 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Farley, Bryon T. 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Farley, Crystal Janean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Sociology 

Farley, James J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems 

Farmer, Daniel Alan 

(Ventura, CA) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Farmer, Elizabeth A 

Senior, English 

Farmiloe, Brett Tyler 

(Santa Rosa, CA) 

Junior, Accounting 

Golfing, Cooking, Reading, 

Hanging Out With Friends 

Farndale, Chelsea A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 

Farnham, Christie Catherine 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Communication 



Farnood, Shahin 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Chemistry 

Farnsworth, Jeffrey Earl 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Computer Science 

Farnsworth, Rayna Kristine 

(Eagar, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Farnum, Chase Cyrus 

(Hampton Falls, NH) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Cross Stitching 

Farooque, Tahia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Farr, Joshua Nicholas 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Physical Science 

Farrar, Chelsea Jane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Art Education 

Farrell, Amy 

(Millbrae, CA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Farrell, Jenny 

(Danville, CA) 

Senior, Communication 

Farrell, Leah 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Art History 

Farrell, Lindsay Laurel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Astronomy 

Farrell, Lisa M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Farrenkopf, Christine 

Ingeburg 

(New City, NY) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Farrington, Ashley M 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Spanish 

Farris, Dennis Verdo 

(Kearny, AZ) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Farris, Lorena 

(Yuma, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Farris, Tamara Kay 

(Oro Valley AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Farrow, Andrea Marie 

(Stanfield, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Farrow, Nicole T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Farthing, Kristle L 

(Poway CA) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Farwell, Karen Jayne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Religious Studies 

Faryab, Joshua Eshagh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fasciola, Andre A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Fasel, Lars Benjamin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Political Science 

Fassett, Christina Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Fassler, Analynn Babanto 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Performance Clarinet 

Fathalipour, Parissa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Fathe, Aaron T 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Fattaleh, John H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 



Faubion, Erin C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Faucett, Michael K 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

All Sports 

Michael I'm so proud of you. 

You have ONE year to go, so 

hang In there. Good Luck! 

Love, Mom 

Faucher, Roland Henri 

(Sierra Vista, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Fauland, Heather A 

Sophomore, Economics, Near 

Eastern Studies 

Faulkner, Andrew Ronald 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Faulkner, Donna Leslie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Computer Science 

Fausel, Patrick Edward 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fausett, Elizabeth L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History Political 

Science And Spanish 

Faust, Jessica Lynn 

(Sauk Rapids, MN) 

Senior, Architecture 

Faust, Stephanie C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Faust, Timothy Ryan 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Finance 

Favela, Israel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Fay, Constance E 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Fay, Jacob Thomas 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Theatre 

Production 

Fay, Jacqueline Bridget 

(Olympia, WA) 

Junior, No Major Selected 

Fay, Lindsay 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Fay, Lucas Schnieder 

(Akron, OH) 

Junior, Communication 

Fay, Peter David 

(Troy, Ml) 

Senior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science, Business 

Management 

Fazel, Somayeh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Fazzarl, Angela Marie 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected, 

Spanish 

Fazzone, Stephanie Jane 

(Stillwater, MN) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Featherston, John Lemar 

(Mesa, AZ) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Febbo, Mark A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, English, Creative 

Writing 

Fedele, Laura Maurene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Federico, Johnny I 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Federico, Jose J 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Movies, Rock Music, Baseball 

Federico, Leo A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 



Federico, Vanessa Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Fedorinov, Evghenii 

Alexander 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Fedoruk, Elizabeth A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Feek, Justin M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Feeney, Daniel P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Feeney, Elisabeth Ryan 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Feeney, Elizabeth Ellen 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Nursing 

Fees, Kyle E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Philosophy 

Feferman, Helayne 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Feidelman, Jaclyn Ivy 

(Hollywood, FL) 

Sophomore, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Feier, John Leslie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Feigenbaum, Brad A 

(Stratham, NH) 

Junior, Business Management 

Feinberg, Seth Benjamin 

(Stamford, CT) 

Senior, Economics 

Felngold, Benjamin H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Felngold, Olga 

(Haledon, NJ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Felder, Benjamin W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Bio & Molecular 

Biophysics, Computer Science 

Soccer 

Feldkamp, Kristin Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Nursing 

Feldman, Adam N 

(San Ramon, CA) 

Junior, Finance 

Feldman, Allison M 

(Shorewood, MN) 

Senior, Pre-Communication 

Feldman, Erica L 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Junior, Media Arts, Theatre 

Arts 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Feldman, llya B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Feldman, Jamie M. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Feldman, Joseph 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Economics 

Feldman, Samuel Abram- 

bolyard 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Feldman, Sean R 

(Glenview, IL) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Bowling, Music, Movies, 

Basketball, Fishing 

Feldman, Stefanie Lynn 

(Los Alamitos, CA) 

Junior, Spanish, Art History 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Feldmann, Ann Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Marketing 



Felice, Angelica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Felice, Katherine Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Feliciano, Brad Elliott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Felix, Anthony G 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Felix, Claudia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Felix, Jessica Lane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Felix, Joseph H 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Felix, Krystle 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication, 

Business Administration 

Kappa Delta Chi 

Felix, Laura Esther 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing, 

Spanish 

Hanging Out With Family And 

Friends, Basketball, 

Swimming, Wrestling 

Felix, Lisa Diane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History, Environmental 

Education 

Felix, Paul A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Felix, Rosa Alicia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Felix, Stephanie Christine 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Felix, Valerie Nicole 

(Tolleson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Psychology, 

Health & Human Services 

Gamma Alpha Omega 

Felix, Vitae 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology, French 

Feller-Howard, Elizabeth 

Kristen 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Alpha Phi Omega, La Paz Hall 

Council 

Fellows, Daniel Todd 

(New City NY) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel, Thematic 

Fellows, Zachary Thomas 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Felt, Matthew V 

(Lafayette, CA) 

Senior, Environmental & Water 

Res 

Feltes, Thomas Raymond, 

Jr. 

(Bourbonnais, IL) 

Junior, Engineering 

Management 

Felton, James H. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 

Felzer, Danielle J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Feneck, John C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Feng, Kanyon 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Fenn, Charlotte Bradley 

(San Martin, CA) 

Freshman, Political Science 



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Fenn, Jennifer Rose 

(St David, AZ) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Fenn, Jody L. 

(Saint David, AZ) 

Junior, History 

Fenn, Julie E 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Nursing, Latin 

American Studies 

Camp Wildcat, Spanish Club, 

Outdoor Adventure Club 

Fenn, Lani Robin 

(Benson, AZ) 

Senior, English 

Fennemore, David IVIelton 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Fennie, Patricit A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fensler, Laura J 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Senior, Art History 

Fenstermal<er, Brandon 

Ross 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Computer 

Science 

Fenstermalter, Marit Douglas 

(Carmichael, CA) 

Sophomore, Criminal Justice 

Fera, Brett Cole 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Ferebee, Mildred Renee' 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Ference, Andrea M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Junior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 

Ference, Michael H 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Senior, Accounting 

Fergason, Zachary A. 

(Globe, AZ) 

Sophomore, Aerospace 

Engineering 

Ferguson, Antrea J. 

(Big Spring, TX) 

Freshman, Spanish, 

Psychology 

Language 

Ferguson, Ben David 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Pre-Architecture 

Ferguson, Brittany V 

(Amsterdam, NL) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Dance 

Ferguson, Eliza J 

(Orofino, ID) 

Senior, Psychology, Chemistry 

World Travel, Foreign 

Language, Fun With Friends, 

Ferguson, Heather Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Ferguson, James Brian 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Sophomore, English 

Ferguson, Kristen L 

(Peoria, AZ) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology, French 

Ferguson, Lindsay Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Ferguson, Michael Sean 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Engineering 

Management 

Ferguson, Natay M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Ferguson, Taniiie M 

Senior, Political Science, 

Psychology 

Ferguson, Tiffany Lynn 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Art History 



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Ferguson, Zachary N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Psychology 

Ferl(etich, ian A 

(Coopserburg, PA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Ferl<o, Lisa N. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Animal Sciences 

Feriand, Marissa E. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Fern, Courtney Maureen 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Fernandes, Thomas L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Fernandez, Ana Carolina 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Sophomore, Accounting 

Fernandez, Angela Marie 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Junior, Women's Studies 

Fernandez, Franl< Lopez 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Social Studies 

Fernandez, Giovanni M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication 

Fernandez, Ivan A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Fernandez, Natalia M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fernandez, Rachel Cecilia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Fernandez, Ricardo M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Fernandez, Rodrigo Luna 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Fernando, Andrea Veronica 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Senior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Fernow, Megan J 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Ferra, Gregory John 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Ferracane, Michael James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy 

Ferrando, Robert Anthony 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Ferranti,Tjwana Ariene 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Nursing 

Ferrara, Nicholas W 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Argi Economics & 

Management 

Ferreira, Eric Tyler 

(Lake Havasu City, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 

Ferreira, Iza Oreng 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Ferreira, Kate A. 

(Cottonwood, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology, Psychology 

Ferren-cirino, Tiffany Rina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Ferrer, Virsheena Marice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Music 

Ferris, Daniel Patricl< 

(San Diego, CA) 

Senior, Chemistry 

Ferrone, Christopher 

Andrew 

(Woodbury, NY) 

Senior, Communication 



Ferrugia, Corey James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Music 

Ferteimes, Craig M. 

(Wexford, PA) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Fertig, Julie E 

(Alameda, CA) 

Junior, Journalism, 

Communications 

UATV, KVOA Intern 

Fesahazion, Ruth 

Ghebregziabher 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Fest, Jane Alice 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Regional Development 

Festian, Caitiin Leigh 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Selected 

Freshman Class Council & 

Campus Crusade For Christ 

Fetter, David Austin 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Feye, Kristina Marie 

(The Woodlands, TX) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Animal Science-Equine 

Industry 

Horseback Riding, Art, 

Reading, Old Movies, Knitting, 

Current Events, Running, 

Music, Vegitarian Cooking, 

Politics, Sports 

Fiastro, Amelia Theresa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, No Major 

Selected 

Fibus, Brett Murray 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Regional Development 

Ficclii, Lindsay Michele 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Ficltett, Celina Barbara 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Architecture 

Fidier, Erin R 

Senior, Mechanical 

Engineering, In Spanish 

Fiegen, Kate Nylonen 

(Casa Grande, AZ) 

Senior, Agriculture 

Fiehtner, Cody Duane 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Field, Erin Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Field, Michael Brandon 

(Cherry Hill, NJ) 

Junior, Pre-Business 

Field, Sandra May 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Fieidgrove, Madeline 

Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Fielding, Lauri D 

(Elma, WA) 

Sophomore, Molecular & 

Cellular Biology 

Arizona Women's Ice Hockey 

Fields, Kariy Ann 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fields, Patricia Sean 

(Oro Valley, AZ) 

Senior, Optical Sciences 

Engineering 

Fields, Sarah Amy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Ecology 

Fierro, Matthew P 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Mathematics 

Fierro, Nicole Seiina 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Speech & Hearing 

Sciences 



Fierro, Osvaldo Rodrigo 

(Rio Rico, AZ) 

Freshman, Computer 

Engineering 

Fierro, Sophia Angelica 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Fierros, Nicole Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Family Studies & 

Human Devel 

Fierros, Ruben Joel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Fierros, Wendy Henderson 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Gamma Alpha Omega 

Fierstein, Erica B 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Communication 

Fierstein, Johanna Lee 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Women's Studies 

Fife, Amanda Carol 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Architecture 

Figueroa, Arturo Noel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Economics 

Ua Rugby, Economics Society 

Figueroa, Christina Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology, 

Criminal Justice 

Figueroa, Christopher 

Gabriel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Studio Art 

Figueroa, Danieia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Figueroa, Henry Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Spanish, Liberal Arts 

Catholic Theology, Charities, 

Basketball, Football, Music, 

Classical Guitar, And Others 

Figueroa, Javier Jose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, General Biology 

Figueroa, Lizzemie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Figueroa, Marceia 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education, 

Spanish 

Pi Kappa Phi, Learning 

Disabilities, Mathematics 

Figueroa, Maria Luisa 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Business Management 

Figueroa, Mario G. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Figueroa, Sara J 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, History 

Figueroa, Selica Richeie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Business Management 

Enjoys Playing Soccer 

Figueroa, Senia Lizeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Elementary Education 

Fijai, Abraham D 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Electrical 

Engineering 

Fiiaretou, Spyros 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Filer, Jamie Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Fiiice, Micah Peter 

(Sedona, AZ) 

Senior, Creative Writing 



Fiiion, Crystal Grace 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Finance 

Fiiipov, iiija 

(Stip, Macedonia) 

Senior, Management Info 

Systems, Entrepreneurship 

Phi Kappa Psi, Soccer, Tennis, 

Fashion 

Filipovitch, Evan 

(Carlsbad, CA) 

Sophomore, Journalism 

Filleman, Dixie L 

(Flagstaff, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 

Science 

Fiiiiben, Patricl< M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Fiiiinger, Jamia L 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Fiiio, Amy 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Retailing & Consumer 

Science 

Fiioso, Christine E. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business, 

Spanish 

Fiioso, Steven A 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Political Science 

Filreis, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, No Major Selected 

Filzenger, Beth Noel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fiman, Catherine Emily 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Fimbres, Alfonso Z 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Fimbres, Manuel 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Fimbres, Michael Paul 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Fimbres, Richard Michael 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Education 

Fimbres, Vanessa A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Business 

Fimbres, Viviana 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Fimbres, Yolanda Noriega 

(Cochise, AZ) 

Junior, Elementary Education 

Finch, Chesely S 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Nursing 

Finch, Matthew James 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Theatre Arts 

Finch, Matthew Scott 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Findley, Natalie M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Wildlife 

Fine, Christine J 

(Prescott, AZ) 

Sophomore, English 

Fine, Russell H 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Freshman, Retailing & 

Consumer Science 

Finegan, Eileen A. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Finfrocit, Neva Josephina 

(Glendale, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Fingoid.Troy A. 

(Plainview, NY) 

Senior, Communication 



Finl<, Nicole Dionne 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Veterinary Science 
Fink, Zachary V 
(Sierra Vista, AZ) 
Sophomore, Pre-Business 
Finite, Aaron D 
(Henderson, NV) 
Senior, Chemistry 
Finke, Amy Erin 
(Las Vegas, NV) 
Sophomore, Political Science, 
General Business 
Finkeiman, David Samuel 
(Bellaire, TX) 
Sophomore, Retailing & 
Consumer Science 
Finkelstein, Jillian Ashley 
(Saddle River, NJ) 
Sophomore, Psychology 
Finkelstein, Kari Blake 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Education 
Finkelstein, Nicole Leigh 
(Baltimore, MD) 
Sophomore, Studio Art 
Finley, Jason M 
(San Juan Capistrano, CA) 
Senior, Marketing 
Finley, Shannon Rose 
(Wickenburg, AZ) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Finn, Francis L 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Freshman, Pre-Business 
Finnegan, Kevin M 
(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Pre-Physical Science 
Fioriiio, Kristen Eiissa 
(Philadelphia, PA) 
Junior, Psychology, Spanish 
Fiorito, Amanda N 
(Burlingame, CA) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Firestein, David Jonathan 
(Del Mar, CA) 
Junior, Psychology 
Firestine, Nadine Abira 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, Civil Engineering 
Firkins, Noeile A 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Art Education 
Firie, Scott Thomas 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Marketing 
Firpo, Megan Danielle 
(Benicia, CA) 
Sophomore, Pre- 
Communication 
First, Meigan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Junior, English 
Firth, Matthew Alan 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Finance 
Fisch, Daniel Joseph 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Sophomore, Economics 
Fischer, Barbara Ann 
(Tucson, AZ) 
Senior, Theatre Arts 
Fischer, Christian 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, No Major 
Selected 

Fischer, Claire Elizabeth 
Junior, No Selected 
Fischer, Jared W 
(Gilbert, AZ) 

Sophomore, Pre-Physical 
Science 

Fischer, Laura Ann 
(Phoenix, AZ) 
Senior, Accounting 
Art, Accounting Student 
Association, Beta Alpha Psi, 
Institute Of Managerial 
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Fischer, Theresa Mary 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Communication, 

Sociology 

Marl<eting, Public Relations, 

Web Strategy, Tucson Chapter 

- American Marketing 

Association 

Fischer, Timothy B. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Geosciences 

Fischer, Trisk Marie 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Environmental & Water 

Res 

Fish, Adam H. 

(Novate, CA) 

Senior, Business Economics 

Delta Tau Delta, Golf, Traveling 

Fish, Alyssa M 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Studio Art 

Fish, Carrie C 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Fish, Jessica L 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Journalism, Animal 

Science 

Fish, Mary Beth 

(San Diego, CA) 

Junior, Studio Art 

Fish, Matthew Phiilip 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, General Biology 

Fisher, Amber Lee 

(Tempe, AZ) 

Senior, Ecology, s: Spanish, 

Science Education 

Sigma Kappa, Resident 

Assistant, Desk Manager, 

NRHH, Macs 

Fisher, Bryson Carl 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Business 

Fisher, Danlne M. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Nursing 

Fisher, Jason Ross 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Freshman, Pre-Busines